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Sanctions Checking


Mark Sollis

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Hi all

 

Anyone using Sanctions check in anger?

 

Had an issue which I couldn't fully resolve or pinpoint where the list is often short of name data. On closer inspection the names are blank when the Forename is not completed (often the case on non-writer products) - and the report seems to "assume" that if there is no forename, then the BCM.Name is irrelevant / not used / not printed. I'm probably completely wrong - 

 

I suggested they raise with OGI - just wondered if this is a known factor across the user base?

 

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