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Walter Soriano’s USG extends compliance services to banks

By Gloria Methri

October 31, 2022

  • AML
  • Compliance
  • Consultation
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USG ComplianceUK-based USG Compliance, which provides business intelligence, litigation support, and consultation services to big corporations and high-net-worth individuals, has now extended its services to banks and financial institutions.

The new offering is aimed at helping banks and financial institutions meet the requirements set by regulators and government agencies for financial compliance.

USG believes that banks and financial institutions are required to meet these demands to combat money laundering, terrorism financing, and other issues. However, many of them lack the proper knowledge, personnel, or qualifications to adequately meet these requirements.

Based on the combined experience of Walter Soriano and his team of business, legal, and law enforcement professionals, USG aims to help banks and financial institutions fully comply with and meet all regulatory requirements.

“Our new offering was established in large by feedback and pressure from our customers and other executives in the field”, said Walter Soriano, CEO of USG. “We have been providing services in this area for many years, but over the past several years we have been facing growing demand from the financial sector to provide a full suite of services and capabilities in this field”.

With the launch of the new service, USG seeks to help its clients by working with its staff to tailor the optimal solution for each client.

According to Soriano, “Banks and institutions that want to stay in full compliance with all requirements, need to retain expert services to help them do so. Some of the complexities and developments in the field require broad and significant expertise, which is what we offer”.

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