KYC Portal has launched a new case manager module, following a number of requests from its clients wishing to use the RegTech’s platform to store ancillary data related to their clients.
The new feature, which is a plug-in tool, enables a user to create a case manager programme with a subset of data that is used for operational purposes. The client can choose which entities they wish to be visible in the case manager file.
Files will also be pre-populated by the KYC Portal platform, but a user can add new fields which only relate to the case manager file, such as Folio Ref.
A number of clients requested for a tool that enabled them to use KYC Portal’s platform to store their ancillary data, which is often accessed by various teams within an organisation and not always related to KYC processes.
The new tool lets users create, configure and manage as many case manager programmes as they need. It also enables separate programmes for each business line or function. Furthermore, the platform enables companies to group fields and data in different tabs to segregate and organise data.
An example offered by the company is that a company can have a tab for all the various bank details, including details of the signatories, as well as a tab for secretarial information, reports, suspicious transactions and much more.
Last year, KYC Portal released a blog post highlighting why working with a RegTech company might be easier than building a solution in-house.
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