Encompass Corporation partners with 192.com

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6 January 2017


Encompass Corporation, creator of Know Your Customer (KYC) software for legal, accountancy and financial organisations, today announced a partnership with leading online directory 192.com.

This new partnership means Encompass users will have access to 192.com’s wealth of information, including historic and edited electoral rolls and director reports. The identity verification that is enabled via this partnership will provide an essential tool in helping companies to comply with Anti-Money Laundering legislation, whilst also being an invaluable tool for insolvency practitioners.   

192.com’s Product Director, Dominic Blackburn commented; “192.com has over one billion searchable records, including the Open Electoral Register from 2002 to 2016 and over 26 million residential addresses. I am thrilled that our partnership with Encompass will provide them with data to enable them to offer the best KYC solution available.    

The relationship with 192.com is another addition to Encompass’ growing portfolio of information providers including Companies House, Dunn & Bradstreet, Creditsafe and the Land Registry.

Encompass is a leading provider of KYC automation software, used in financial and professional services to complete compliance up to 13 times faster, at as little as 10% of the cost of current processes.  

Wayne Johnson, CEO from Encompass said: “The addition of 192.com, the UK’s leading directly for individuals and businesses, is an exciting addition that will expand the depth of information we are able to provide to all our users, enabling them to quickly assess the broadest range of individuals, companies and directors.”



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