Data Transfer Access

Accessing Data via Data Transfer

Data from the World-PEP Database can be transferred to recipients in different file formats. Data transfer is suitable for institutions that already have a database and want additional data from the World-PEP Database. The requested data is delivered to the recipient via a file portal in CVS, XML, or any file format. Data is delivered automatically according to a set schedule. The size, file format, and frequency of delivery will be based on the preferences of the recipient. New data is automatically delivered to recipient any time new data is added to the World-PEP Database.


Customized data from the World-PEP Database can be delivered according to specifications. For example, recipient can request to receive data that excludes certain jurisdictions from the World-PEP. These types of specifications are pre-programed into the system so that the instructions can be used for every file transfer to the recipient. Data delivered via file transfer contains a full set of data from the World-PEP Database, including global PEP data, global sanctions data, global fugitive data, and global adverse media data.

Real-Time Update

Data is delivered in real-time without delay or interruptions.

Periodic Update

Data is delivered automatically according to a set schedule.

Sanctions Screening

Get access to global Sanctions data from the World-PEP Database via file transfer.

Customized Data

Get access to global PEP data from the World-PEP Database via file transfer.

Sanctions Screening

Get access to global Sanctions data from the World-PEP Database via file transfer.

Adverse Media Data

File transfer provides access to adverse media data in the World-PEP Database.

Empower your staff with the knowledge and expertise they need to perform their duties.

Choose how to Access your PEP/Sanctions Data

The World-PEP Database can be accessed in four different ways. Choose the option that’s best for you.