Effectiveness, Efficiency and Explainability (The 3E’s) – Key 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:
- Effectiveness: describes the ability of the screening programme to detect risks through a combination of people, processes and technology.
- Efficiency: enables effective compliance in a cost-effective manner using an optimal number of resources
- Explainability: demonstrates an understanding of the sanctions screening process to regulators.
Join Accuity webinar, sponsored by the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists, on October 24th at 10:00 AM ET to explore the challenges of effective, efficient and explainable sanctions compliance programmes and learn how technology can help your institution develop dependable sanctions screening models.
Vice President of Financial Crime Screening
Sophie Lagouanelle is Vice President of Financial Crime Screening at Accuity, with global responsibility for the Fircosoft portfolio of risk and compliance solutions.
Sophie has 20 years’ experience in financial software in both the US and France, and an MBA in Information Systems and Marketing. Her subject matter expertise includes sanctions compliance, risk management and financial customer relationship management.
Vincent Gaudel is Compliance Expert of Accuity. His responsibilities involve monitoring worldwide regulatory trends to guide product development, functionality growth, and client expansions. Through his previous experiences as a compliance and risk management consultant and compliance officer, Vincent guides expertise in anti-money laundering and countering financing of terrorism. His contribution has successfully supported sales process and sanctions data teams through in-depth regulatory analysis.
Vincent received his Master in Political Sciences and International and European Relations at Linköping University, Sweden and holds M.Sc in International Business from INSEEC, France.