The current sanctions environment is one that is constantly changing across multiple international regimes, particularly in light of the macro-economic and political backdrop of Russia and Belarus. At a time of growing complexity, it’s important for practitioners and businesses and their advisers to keep up to speed with the latest regulations around sanctions compliance, across all relevant jurisdictions.
Global Investigations Review’s latest Guide to Sanctions addresses this complicated picture of sanctions, not only by providing an accessible introduction to the territory but also supporting experienced practitioners to stress-test their own approach.
In the guide, FRA Partners Charlie Steele and Gerben Schreurs; Directors Sarah Wrigley and Jona Boscolo Cappon, along with Associate Director Deborah Luskin contribute a chapter focusing on ‘Sanctions Screening: Challenges and Control Considerations’.
In the chapter they touch upon:
- Regulatory expectations and guidance for sanctions screening
- How sanctions screening fits into the sanctions compliance program
- Examples of enforcement actions focusing on screening failures
- Sanctions screening in an investigation
Download our full chapter, “Sanctions Screening: Challenges and Control Considerations” here.
The above is an extract from the third edition of GIR’s The Guide to Sanctions. The whole publication is available here.