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Configure screening process based on jurisdiction in TF (Doc ID 2745033.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 23, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Transaction Filtering - Version 8.0.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


User scenario as below : 

The modules have been installed in a single infrastructure that is shared for several countries/jurisdictions. This infrastructure includes multiple TF machines and multiple EDQ machines for workload balancing,but all these machines are sharing a single FSDM database.

The client is using Factiva Dow Jones as external list for screening. As we know, Factiva Dow Jones file includes several lists that are categorized via a Reference Name. Most of these lists are generic and will apply for every country, however there are a few amount of them that may be country-specific. For example, 'HM Treasury Investment Ban List' only applies for United Kingdom, and 'US Department of State - Iran Sanctions Act' only applies for the USA.

Client is requesting to be able to perform screening to different Factiva Dow Jones lists based on the country/jurisdiction that the payment is coming from. For example, if we have a payment coming from United Kingdom, we should do screening towards all generic lists plus the United Kingdom specific lists. If we have a payment coming from the USA, we should do screening towards all generic lists plus the USA specific lists. Same with other countries.

Steps to reproduce :

Step 1 : Login to EDQ launchpad

Step 2 : Open EDQ director and configure the watchlist management property file to load the corresponding watchlist 

Step 3 : Configure the screening based on country specific and post the message through sanction post jsp file.

Expected result :

Matches must be generated based on watchlist match and country mapped.

Actual result :

Matches are generated without country limitation.


Enhancement request


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