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BLACKLISTED INDIVIDUALS & ENTITIES

Linked Money collects information from the following sources to identify the blacklisted individuals and entities 

Sources
Interpol, World-Bank, National Governments, Law Enforcement Agencies, Licensing & Financial Regulators, Official National & International Bodies: European Union (EU), HM Treasury (HMT), Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), United Nations (UN) and more.. 

Information available
National & regional most wanted, global terrorists, debarred, sanctioned, non-authorised companies, disqualified directors, International tribunals, mafia associates and unethical companies, names, AKAs, DOBs, POBs, multi-lingual translations, passport IDs, and known associates and more..

POLITICALLY EXPOSED PERSONS (PEP)

It is widely acknowledged that people in position of authority can use their power for illegal and unscrupulous purposes; recent times have shown high-ranking political and military officials who have drained their country’s resources for their own personal gain. The definition of a Politically Exposed Person (PEP) is defined within official regulations such as the EU 3rd Anti-Money Laundering Directive. At Linked Money, we define PEP as an individual with power and influence who has access to funds. Linked Money database incorporates over 300,000 PEPs from over 200+countries, specifically including the following categories:

  • Ambassadors
  • Family members
  • Heads of state
  • Highest members of judiciary
  • Known associates
  • MPs
  • Members of cabinet
  • Military officials
  • National bank governors & members
  • Political & religious leaders
  • Senior executives

NON-COOPERATIVE COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES (NCCT)

The principal objective to identify Non-Cooperative Countries and Territories (NCCT) Initiative was taken by the
Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an inter-governmental body whose purpose is the development and promotion of national and international policies to combat money laundering and terrorist financing. The objective was to reduce the vulnerability of the financial system to money laundering by ensuring that all financial centers adopt and implement measures for the prevention, detection and punishment of money laundering according to internationally recognised standards.

As of October 2006, there are no Non-Cooperative Countries and Territories in the context of the NCCT initiative..

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