Manage your LA/FT risks

Manage your LA/FT risks

Avoid fines and crises in your company

Cadena has a comprehensive system of services that will help you move forward with peace of mind 


Implement or adjust the systems you need depending on the sector and type of
your company:
and Habeas Data. Training, official compliance support and segmentation of risk factors.


Check in public sources of information to customers, shareholders, suppliers, employees or to your stakeholders so that you know with whom do you relate

Implement the systems you need now!

Having an expert ally will allow you...

  • Avoid fines and penalties
  • Protect the good name and reputation of your company
  • Generate credibility and trust with your customers, suppliers, actions, employees, among others.
  • Promote trustworthy business practices, generating a culture of legality. international. 

we have more than

10 years
of experience

More than
trust us

We prevent more than

contagion risks

Frequent questions


Do you segment?

Cadena performs the segmentation of risk factors depending on the information that the client has 

(Databases of interested parties).

How long do I have to implement it?

It depends on the regulations that regulate it, for example for the real sector the term expired on August 31, 2021.

How can I identify warning signs?

Red flags can be identified through the following means: consultation in different public information sources, counterparty behavior (information delivered, transactions, etc.), in due diligence activities and intensified due diligence.

What is a binding and restrictive list?

A binding list is the consolidation of natural and/or legal persons that for the Colombian state generates a high contracting risk regardless of the sector to which it belongs. It generates a prohibition on the contracting and/or linking of counterparties and can generate a sanction. Example UN list, list of terrorists of the European Union. Restrictive lists are those that, due to their
international impact and/or complexity, generate a high risk in contracting and/or linking counterparties.

What is the profile of the compliance officer?

The circular of the Superintendence of Companies indicates the role and profile of a Compliance officer within organizations: to be a Lawyer, Business Administrator, Engineer or related careers with postgraduate studies in Administration, Risk Management, Business, Law, etc Have the ability to make decisions to manage the ML/TF/FPWMD Risk and have direct communication with, and depend directly on, the board of directors or the highest corporate body in the event that there is no board of directors. Have sufficient knowledge in risk management and understand the ordinary course of the Company’s activities. Have the support of a human and technical work team, according to the ML/TF/FPADM Risk and the size of the Obligated Company.  



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