How To Comply With The CIP Rules

By James Cook, General Counsel at SentiLink and Parag Patel, Senior Associate at Orrick

This is the final part in a series of posts that seek to demystify and explain in simple terms the KYC requirements for financial institutions in the United States. In discussions with clients, we have found an inconsistent understanding of this crucial and evolving area of law and compliance. In this series, we will define what KYC means for financial institutions in the United States, discuss how the requirements came about, and provide a clear roadmap for compliance in the face of a changing threat landscape.

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SentiLink Highlights Increasing Risk of Synthetic Fraud And Urges Robust ID Verification for KYC

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The History of The CIP Rules

By James Cook, General Counsel at SentiLink and Parag Patel, Senior Associate at Orrick

This is the...

Introducing KYC Insights

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All of us at SentiLink are proud to announce the release of our new  KYC Insights...

Risk At Fintech Startups: What's Required vs. What's Smart

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What Is KYC?

By James Cook, General Counsel at SentiLink and Parag Patel, Senior Associate at Orrick

This is the...

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SentiLink Joins Visa's Fintech Connect Program

We’re thrilled to announce that SentiLink has joined Visa Fintech Partner Connect, a program...

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Join SentiLink Co-Founder and CEO, Naftali Harris, and SentiLink Partnerships and Product Lead,...

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It's a situation that we've experienced several times: we discover a great feature that...

Using Email Data To Prevent ID Theft

Managing risk at onboarding requires an ability to validate identity data in real-time. When...

It's Risk R&D, Not Risk Management

At SentiLink, we pride ourselves on our deep understanding of fraud, and to be the first team that...

A New Approach To Using Phone Data To Prevent Identity Theft

A fundamental shift has occurred as a result of the massive unemployment benefits fraud that...

How Fraudsters Are Stealing Unemployment Insurance Money

Hundreds of billions of dollars issued in unemployment insurance 

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What Is Synthetic Fraud?

Synthetic identity fraud is the fastest growing type of financial crime in the U.S., often goes...

ID Theft Webinar Rewind

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SentiLink's webinar, "What Does ID Theft Look Like These Days" brought together experts...

eCBSV Q1 2021 Insights

The Social Security Administration’s eCBSV service is less than one year old, and is already...

SentiLink Launches ID Theft Scores

SentiLink’s launch provides a new way to detect stolen identities and help fight fraud