More transparency needed on sanctioned vessels


Tom Golding, Managing Director for Risk and Compliance at Accuity, recently talked to Lloyd’s List about the need for greater transparency on sanctioned vessels.

The following article looks into the rules and regulations in place designed to prevent countries such as North Korea from developing their nuclear capabilities, and the current challenges banks and regulators face when it comes to obtaining the vessel data needed to enforce them.

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