TurnKey Lender Signs Partnership Agreement with Thomson Reuters

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TurnKey Lender, a software company that develops award-winning benchmark SaaS solutions for the lending industry, has signed a partnership agreement with Thomson Reuters, a global media and information giant.

TurnKey Lender and Thomson Reuters will cooperate to develop a global cross-promotional marketing and sales campaigns to support their respective products and services. TurnKey Lender will integrate into its award-winning platform the Thomson Reuters’ proprietary Word-Check Risk Intelligence solution. Banks and non-bank lenders who are using the TurnKey Lender SaaS solution will utilize the TurnKey Lender platform for unprecedented access to TR’ country-specific and global data sources. The service would allow any TurnKey Lender software user to swiftly and accurately conduct all due diligence for AML (Anti Money Laundering) and KYC (Know Your Customer) screening thereby complying with all local and international regulatory requirements for lending.

“For TurnKey Lender’s SaaS users the partnership with Thomson Reuters means a huge array of possibilities. In a world where global financial inclusion and tech-intensive software solutions involving AI, machine learning and other innovations have to face financial crime and corruption, due diligence plays a crucial role in advancing new products and services,” says Elena Ionenko, the Head of Business Development for TurnKey Lender. “Partnership with Thomson Reuters will immensely boost our clients’ competitiveness regarding accessing vital information necessary for successful and profitable operations.”

About Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters is the world’s leader in news and information-based tools to professionals. The TR’s worldwide network of journalists and specialist-editors keeps customers up to date on global developments with a particular focus on legal, regulatory and tax changes.    

Thomson Reuters’ customers use tax, law, compliance, government, and media to move society forward in a disruptive digital age when true professionals feel the constant need to reinvent themselves.  

 

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