Yes. Lists of individuals, legal entities, and vessels issued by relevant law enforcement or regulatory bodies. Entities on such lists are either involved in law-breaking activities at an international level or in particular jurisdictions under investigation or found guilty of regulatory breaches in their operating industry, which may indicate a significant financial, compliance, or reputational risk.
This information can be used when determining whether or not to engage in a business relationship with potential customers, counterparties, and suppliers. It might equally be of use when making payments and determining whether or not a payment is being made in the furtherance of a crime or as part of a financial crime, such as a money laundering or insider trading scheme.
The ComplyAdvantage data set includes, without limitation, regional, national, and international data sets.