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Ultimate Beneficial Ownership Monitoring

In partnership with Dun & Bradstreet we offer efficient monitoring for changes in Ultimate Beneficial Ownership of third-parties.
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Monitor UBO info, without sacrificing efficiency

Compliance regulations require that Ultimate Beneficial Ownership (UBO) information is monitored for change in an appropriate time frame. Change alerts reduce the operational pain associated with reviewing ownership and provide the deep knowledge you need to make smart compliance decisions.

We can help you take control and be proactive in your management of change
UBO is problematic to calculate and even more difficult to maintain. Monitoring is often done through periodic reviews that consist of simply checking for legal ownership, or just inspecting the third party that the organisation has a direct relationship with. Using our UBO Monitoring we can help you:

  • Reduce the operational pain associated with ownership of third parties
  • Monitor your entire network in real-time
  • Monitor ownership calculations with a single entity
  • Get automatic alerts when there are shifts in the UBO structure

Quickstart by reading our reports

UBO Monitoring
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Topics included:
- Why review the ultimate beneficial ownership of your third-parties?
- Increase efficiency and reduce cost over periodic reviews
- Monitor the entire network from a single starting entity

This is UBO Monitoring

Real-time monitoring of your entire network

Automatic alerts for shifts in UBO structures of your third parties

Data position on all owners for last 12 months with change history

Information on direct, indirect and informational changes

Automatic alerts when owners are removed or added

Option to receive alerts via API into your current workflows

What is UBO?
An Ultimate Beneficial Owner is defined as the person(s) who ultimately gains from, owns or controls a legal entity. A beneficial owner can either be a direct shareholder of a given company, or have an equity holding in another entity that has ownership in the given company.