What is the country risk assessment?
The Country Risk Assessment Tool is a methodology that assesses the country risk of 260 countries based on over 25 credible third-party data sources and provides a professional judgement based on these inputs to provide an overall risk score for each country.
The Country Risk Assessment Tool is targeted at any audience that is interested in country risks and includes (but is not limited to):
- Financial and non-financial businesses offering ‘designated services’ under Anti-Money Laundering legislation
- AML/CTF Regulators and Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs)
- Financial crime prevention/compliance experts – AML, Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Fraud, Sanctions and Tax Evasion (FATCA)
- Business Development Managers looking to expand into overseas markets
- Mergers and Acquisitions staff looking to acquire business targets or form joint venture relationships into overseas markets
- Governments and policy makers
- Non-Government Organisations
- Academics and Researchers
What does the country risk assessment tool measure?
The Country Risk Assessment Tool measures the risks of each country using over 25 credible third-party data sources that provide an assessment of the countries risk profile across the following risk factors dimensions:
- Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Risk Factors
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Risk Factors
- Financial and Transparency Standards Risk Factors
- Public Transparency and Accounting Risk Factors
- Political and Legal Risk Factors
Click here for a full list of data sources that are used to inform the overall risk score.
After completing the country risk assessment a PDF report will be generated and is stored to provide a full audit trail summarising the outcomes of the risk assessment that was conducted.
To access the country risk assessment tool you will need to subscribe to this service, which costs from just $999 for an annual license.
To view our product brochure, please click on the PDF image below.
Launch date for this product will be November 2013 – click here to register your interest and we will be in touch once we go-live.