Go beyond surface-level risk analysis

Like an iceberg, there’s more to understanding risk than what can easily be seen. To protect your organization in today’s fast-past, global business environment, you need relevant, reliable content that uncovers hidden dangers that increase operational, financial, legal and reputational risk.

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Nexis Diligence helps you see more than surface-level, financial risk scores with valuable information not found on the open Web.
  • Stay in the know with the news from 26,000+ licensed news sources from international, national and regional newspapers, magazines, journals, newswires and broadcast transcripts—including archives going back 40 years.
  • Avoid compliance risk by checking third parties against more than 1000 sanctions and watch lists and over 1 million PEPs.
  • Gain insights into the companies you conduct business with by researching corporate structures, financial health and M&A activity for public and private companies in both developed and emerging markets.
  • Leverage detailed country risk analysis reports from the Economist Intelligence Unit and D&B® to mitigate risk—particularly when working with third parties in developing nations.
  • Get to know the people with whom you do business using more than 100 sources for biographical and executive information including Marquis Who’s Who®, Standard & Poor’s® and Debrett’s.
  • Understand litigation risk by reviewing international and U.S. court cases. Coverage extends to UK, EU and selected Asian jurisdictions. Data on U.S. entities and individuals also includes dockets, criminal histories, federal and state agency decisions, jury verdicts and settlements.
  • Get a complete picture for companies and individuals through our U.S. public records collection with more than 45 billion public records covering names, addresses, places of employment, cellular and unpublished phone numbers, licenses, property records, bankruptcies, liens, judgments and much more.

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