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United European Car Carriers Streamlines Sanctions Compliance with Accuity

Find out how United European Car Carriers (UECC), a Norwegian transportation firm, is working with Accuity to overhaul its sanctions compliance programme.
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WEBCAST: Americas Trade Compliance Sanctions and Dual-use Goods – Complexity and Regulatory concerns

This complimentary webcast will cover the growing regulatory pressure, risks and challenges faced by the industry, and requirement for a holistic screening approach.
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WEBCAST: PLAIN SAILING – Simplifying sanctions and AML compliance for marine insurers and brokers

This webcast will help marine insurers and covers the difficulty of screening complex marine slips, understanding the risk presented by the goods that are being insured, and keeping a concise audit trail for the entire policy.
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DLA Piper Strengthens Financial Crime Compliance with Accuity

Globally recognised as a high-risk industry for money laundering and terrorist financing, the legal sector is experiencing greater pressure than ever to address financial crime compliance.
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[Webcast] Effectiveness, Efficiency and Explainability (The 3E’s) – Key Dimensions to Achieve Excellence in Sanctions Compliance

How effective, efficient and explainable is your current sanctions compliance programme? International sanctions represent a critical area of regulatory risk. As a result, regulators are increasingly prescriptive about the measures to implement within sanctions compliance programmes. Organisations should therefore keep in mind the following three distinct yet interdependent dimensions when implementing a sanctions screening model: […]
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30 October 2019 - Accuity Insights

Excellence in Sanctions Compliance: Moving from Transparency to Explainability

Transparency in sanctions screening is a first step, but today, explainability is a critical goal. Organisations must be able to explain the entire chain from strategy and risk assessment to policies and procedures.
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29 October 2019 - PRESS RELEASE

Global Cargo Industry Wakes Up to Trade Sanctions and Export Risk

- Accuity has announced the results of its 2019 survey of the global cargo industry, revealing that 80% of cargo firms are concerned about protecting their brand and reputation when it comes to trade sanctions and export risk. Given that the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has filed a record $1.3billion of penalties so far this year spanning a range of industries, it is clear the cargo sector cannot afford to be a weak link in the supply chain.
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Addressing Challenges in Trade Sanctions & Export Risk: A 2019 Industry Snapshot

Learn more about why cargo carriers take export and sanctions compliance seriously and how they can address some of the more significant challenges.
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18 October 2019 - Accuity Insights

Nepal: Off the FATF Grey List and Embracing Automation

The country of Nepal has historically been seen as an easy target for money launderers and financial crime, mainly due to its long, porous border with India and cash-dominant economy.
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17 October 2019 - Accuity Insights

Excellence in Sanctions Compliance: Efficiency – Opportunity is Knocking

Efficiency in sanctions compliance is all about allocating the right resources, while optimising results and maintaining effectiveness. It is critical in reducing costs and mitigating the risk of fines and reputational damage.
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