Are You Struggling to Navigate Complex Sanctions?

As a former detective, I like clues. Clues make or break your case. Clues can lead you to an entirely different conclusion than you initially anticipated. Each clue gets you one step closer to the truth — even if it …

FinCEN Issues Alert on Russian Sanctions Evasion
FinCEN Issues Alert on Russian Sanctions Evasion

Are You Leveraging Innovative Tools that Detect Location-Based Sanctions Evasion? Russia’s invasion of the Ukraine has prompted a flurry of sanctions activity in the past few weeks. On March 7th, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) issued an alert advising …

Transforming compliance to keep pace with accelerating digital commerce
Transforming Compliance To Keep Pace With Accelerating Digital Commerce

A new era of commerce is here Digital transactions grew 44% YOY to $861B USD in 2020 as growing consumer shifts toward digital commerce were significantly and rapidly accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to digitalcommerce360.com. An American Bankers Association …

Evaluating Effectiveness: Setting Priorities Around the AMLA Act of 2020
Evaluating Effectiveness: Setting Priorities Around the AMLA Act of 2020

The Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 (AMLA) continues to evolve as 2021 progresses. This blog provides highlights from our recent webinar “The AML Act of 2020: Where Effectiveness Meets Efficiency.” Read on for considerations for setting priorities to optimize compliance …

Digital identity intelligence
Digital Identity Intelligence is Critical to Sanctions Compliance

A high-profile e-commerce company recently settled with the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) for violations of U.S. sanctions regimes. While the headlines garner unwanted interest, they also illustrate how far regulatory focus has expanded to include non-financial institutions. As …