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Configuring KYC Type applicability

Updated on January 13, 2022

Pega Client Lifecycle Management and KYC uses the two mechanisms supported by the KYC Engine to configure the applicability of KYC Types.

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For more information on how these two mechanisms are configured and supported in the system, see Applying KYC types to a case in KYC Engine.

Configuration mechanisms

Once the orchestration mode is configured, the next step is to present relevant questionnaires within each due diligence case created. Therefore, it is important to carefully configure the applicability of the KYC Types so that they appear in the right cases. The KYC Core Engine provides two methods of defining the applicability of KYC Types.

Standard Filtering
The applicability conditions of the KYC Type are defined on the KYC Type rule. The KYC Type determines when it is applicable or not.
Applicability Matrix
The applicability is defined in a centralized decision table that provides a comprehensive view of the KYC types and the ability to specify the applicability per case type. In addition, the KYC applicability matrix brings a tremendous performance improvement over the standard filtering mechanism.

The two applicability mechanisms can be chosen by configuring the simple Dynamic System Setting PegaKYC/DDSmartFilter. A true value enables the applicability matrix, and the false value activates the standard filtering applicability mechanism.

Pega Client Lifecycle Management and KYC application relies on the Pega Know Your Customer Regulatory Compliance application for its KYC questionnaires and comes pre-configured with a KYC Applicability Matrix for driving the applicability in the three supported orchestration modes for the KYC types provided with that product.

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