Non-Financial Sector

AML Compliance in the Non-Financial Sector

AML compliance standards extend beyond the financial sector. Non-financial institutions are also required to put in place stringent AML standards to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing. The non-financial sector is often used by money launderers to legitimize their activities. The non-financial sector provides professional services that are typically relied on by criminals to commit money laundering. Some of these professional services include real estate agents, travel agents, car dealerships, casinos, law firms, accounting firms, consulting firms, jewelers, NGOs, shipping agents, art collectors, broker-dealers, trust and corporate services. These professional services are used by money launderers to make their activities appear legitimate.

KYC E-Screening is used by professional service providers to carry KYC due diligence on their clients. KYC E-Screening is a quick, easy, and affordable way to carry out screening on new clients. It allows professional service providers to determine if the person they are dealing is a PEP, associate of a PEP, sanctioned individual, fugitive or listed on any wanted list. This gives peace of mind to professional service providers to let them know that they are doing business with people who do not carry AML risk. The KYC E-Screening system can be used as a stand-alone or integrated into existing systems.

Real Estate

Real Estate agents are required to check client list against a verified list of PEP/Sanction entities to prevent money laundering.

Vehicle Sellers

Vehicle sellers are required to establish AML compliance standards to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing.


Casinos and sports betting operators are required to screen all customers against a verified list of PEP/Sanctioned entities.

Consulting Firms

Consulting firms are required to conduct customer due diligence on all clients to prevent money laundering.


Jewelers are required to conduct KYC screening on all their customers to prevent them from dealing with money launderers.


NOGs are required to conduct KYC screening on beneficiaries to ensure that they are not funding terrorist organizations.

Comply with AML regulations by onboarding your clients with KYC E-Screening.

World-Class Screening Solution for Multiple Industries

The KYC E-Screening solution is designed to be used by reporting entities in multiple industries.