How to build AML compliant onboarding for B2B and B2C using Signicat Risk and Identity Data sources
Watch a recording of this live-coding session and learn how to implement two relevant use cases using our risk and identity data sources.
# See how to get up and running quickly with risk and identity data sources
Watch as we live code two relevant use cases using Signicat Risk and Identity Data sources. During this 30-minute live session, we cover:
- A quick intro to Signicat's data sources
- B2C use case: AML compliant onboarding with PEP/sanctions lookups
- B2B use case: Controlling signing rights, procuration and credit check
- Live demos in Postman and code examples
# More on Signicat's data sources
Signicat's risk and identity data sources help you comply with AML laws. These identity verification APIs allow you to check and monitor customer data against different national and commercial registries, for both natural persons and organisations.
The services are offered through a single point of integration, which means that you don't have to implement several services separately, which often have limited geographic coverage and use distinct standards.
Signicat offers two identity verification APIs, the Information API and the Monitoring API. For conceptual information about these two services, see Types of data sources. For reference documentation, see the links in the APIs section below.
If you are unfamiliar with how the data sources can be used, see the Use cases page.