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London-based technology company provides new digital intelligence service to meet FCA rules
13/04/2018 , News Team

A new digital intelligence service from London-based technology company, Neotas has launched, designed to help banks and financial institutions meet the challenges of the new senior manager regime by analysing digital trails to reveal an individual's true character, behaviour and networks.

The service provides a way for employers to evidence that their senior managers satisfy the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) criteria of ‘honesty, integrity and reputation' to ensure they are a ‘fit and proper person' for the job, the firm says.

It will be carried out by expert analysts with the individual's consent, using Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) sources from social media, the deep web and dark web alongside numerous other online sources to highlight potential risks to clients.

The Neotas service claims to highlight risk factors such as threatening, derogatory or explicit content, extreme views or opinions, involvement in illegal activities as well as any questionable relationships or connected parties and potential conflict of interest which standard background checks may fail to uncover.

 

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