Background Checks for Financial Services

Rely on a partner who understands the complexity of your industry.

Control costs without compromising quality

Building high-efficiency programs for leading financial and insurance organizations, our team understands the need to protect confidential information within tight budgetary constraints. We'll work together to design a program that helps your organization reduce risk of fraud, money laundering and support of terrorist activity, while addressing considerations outlined by the Patriot Act and United States Code for Insurance organizations.

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Financial Services-Specific Searches

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Department of Insurance License Verification (by state)
Check the status or expiration of an insurance license based on the agent and his or her state.
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U.S. Treasury Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC)
Learn whether an individual or organization is prohibited from conducting business or from an embargoed country or region.
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Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
Obtain information about a company’s operations and financial information.
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Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Broker
CheckGet a list of investment-related licensing information and disclosures, plus learn if an individual is barred from acting as a broker.
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National Association of Securities Dealers - Central Records Depository (NASD-CRD)
Gain information about a broker’s employment history and approved registrations and disclosure events.
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CS Global Sanctions & Watch List
Improve your compliance with the Patriot Act with information about individuals and entities who, in most cases, cannot be employed.

Additional Services to Supplement Your Screening Program

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Keep your reputation intact.

We understand how important it is to stay ahead of regulatory changes and maintain a positive public perception. As an extension of your team, we work across departments to help organizations make informed decisions regarding Sarbanes-Oxley, the Patriot Act, the United States Code for Insurance organizations, and more.

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Exceed Your Expectations

3 Average verification attempts other providers make—we have no limit.
90 Success rate in obtaining verifications.
23 Hours faster than the industry average.
49 Hours to average screening turnaround.

"Our longtime relationship with Corporate Screening is built on many factors that include, most importantly, our confidence in the accuracy of the information they provide to help us make the best hiring decisions for our organization.  The accessibility of their highly skilled staff and expedient turnaround time is key in our fast-moving environment of sports and entertainment."

Heather Brockler, Senior Director of Human Resources

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INFOGRAPHIC Our Verification Process

Corporate Screening’s verification process connects innovative technology and human intuition to deliver actionable information in less time. Our proven process goes beyond simply checking a box, providing thorough and accurate data faster.

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Seek the truth.

Contact us today to schedule a demo of our platform and let us show you how we can help manage new-hire risk and protect your organization

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