Use Passthrough’s KYC/AML software as part of a subscription document process or standalone to collect beneficial owner information and automatically screen investors.
From executing legal documents to getting data into your systems, Passthrough makes investor onboarding practically automatic.
Investors provide information about their ownership structure and are asked follow-ups to get the appropriate documentation and data.
Your team reviews the investor’s documentation to validate identities.
Investor data is screened against sanctions, politically exposed persons, and adverse media lists so you can assess the level of risk and determine whether to admit them to your fund.
Passthrough screens nightly and surfaces additional information on matches or potential new matches so you can mitigate any potential risks in the future.
Whether you’re in the United States, Cayman Islands, Luxembourg, Israel, or elsewhere, Passthrough collects whatever information is required by the local authorities.
While it’s available as a standalone product, KYC/AML is also fully embeddable into your electronic subscription documents so you can handle all of investor onboarding in one place.
It’s not enough to screen investors just upon admittance to a fund. Passthrough screens information against sanctions lists nightly so that you’re on top of your risk at all times.
You can see detailed audit logs which show changes to documents, significant events, review status, time of occurrence, the action performed, who the action was performed by, and more.
Our KYC/AML software eliminates the back and forth between your investors and back office so you can quickly admit investors to your fund and manage your risk intelligently.
With nightly screenings, you have all the information you need to evaluate ongoing activity and any new adverse matters. Investigate suspected hits and document findings in one place.
Your compliance team typically builds a beneficial ownership tree on a white board and has to ask for new information each time an investor shares more about their vehicles. Investors do that automatically for their first investment and reuse it for subsequent ones.
You spent months or years convincing LPs to join or return to your fund, why introduce friction at the finish line? Passthrough’s investor experience is the best first impression that you can provide.