CONTEGO RELEASE NOTES V1.69
GDPR (General Data Privacy Regulation)
To assist in your compliance with the forthcoming GDPR regulations, we have deployed additional functionality, so that all personal data held on the system can be automatically deleted after a set time period has passed. For example, you could set it so that all checks are deleted one month after they have been done when any queries or follow up should have been completed.
The default remains that all checks are retained indefinitely for audit purposes, unless otherwise instructed.
If you would like the auto-delete function activated for your organisation please contact our support team to discuss further.
Satisfied CCJ’s on Businesses:
Additional rule added for satisfied CCJ’s (change request 2101)
We have added a new rule to help distinguish between companies that have only satisfied CCJ’s and those that have unsatisfied CCJs.
1624 “Company Name” has “XXX” satisfied CCJs listed
If a company has unsatisfied CCJ’s the existing rule will be shown:
1261 “Company name” has unsatisfied CCJs listed
If a company has both satisfied and unsatisfied CCJ’s then only rule 1261 will be shown.
PEPs on International Companies:
Additional rule for alert on PEPs hits on International Companies (change request 6051)
Currently if there is a PEP hit on an International company there is a response for the data but no alert. With the 4th AML directive in mind we recognise that users are quite keen to investigate any PEP hits that might occur. Therefore, if any data is returned for a business and the PEP flag is set an alert will now be triggered.
The following message will be displayed:
“Company Name” may be listed on the PEP register - please see detailed results