Benefits of News & Web Media

Running checks against sanctions, watchlists and PEPs may be where you start your due diligence investigations, but it shouldn’t end there. Nexis Diligence allows you to quickly extend your due diligence to cover negative and general news mentions on customers, suppliers and other critical third parties you depend on.

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Adhere to regulators’ recommendation that due diligence include a review of adverse news mentions for the person or company being investigated.

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Capture relevant background details

Enhance your diligence research with background information about a company’s leadership, business dealings, organizational structure, ownership & more.

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We work directly with reputable publishers to license content, so you can access news and media content not found on the open web, hassle-free.

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