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Jinfo SubscriptionMarket landscape - LexisNexis Risk Solutions risk & compliance products

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Abstract

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This market landscape gives an overview of four products in the risk and compliance area from LexisNexis Risk Solutions:

  • Bridger Insight XG
  • TraceIQ
  • WorldCompliance Data
  • WorldCompliance Online Search Tool.

We provide a brief description of each product and a link to the product page, an overview of the typical users, geographic scope, a link to Jinfo coverage, and the risk area the product covers from Anti-Money Laundering to due diligence and identity verification.

LexisNexis Risk Solutions is part of the RELX Group plc.

Produced by Sophie Alexander

 

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