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Sanctions and the Supply Chain: Is Your Data Working for You?

November 25, 2020 By: Julie Myers Wood, CEO, Guidepost Solutions* To say U.S. sanctions compliance for companies participating in today’s global economy has become more complex in recent years would be a colossal understatement. Sanctions compliance expectations for...

How to Foster a Robust Culture of Compliance in Today’s Uneasy Financial Climate

October 13, 2020 By: Deepa Keswani, Director of Compliance Advisory, The Mizen Group* How does one foster a culture of compliance? It helps to start by looking back at the turn of the century, following 9/11, when compliance became a critical function due to the...

Combatting Corruption Through Compliance: Part 3: Internal Controls, Training, and Audit

July 06, 2020 By: Scott Nance, Principal, Langley Compliance Consulting LLC* Detecting and preventing corruption should be an integral part of any organization’s efforts in the battle against financial and economic crime. Though we often think of corruption involving...

Ship Registries Agree to Information Pact To Help Avoid Sanctions Evasion

July 01, 2020 By: Natasha Bright, ACSS Reporter Jurisdictions like North Korea or Iran have long sought to evade sanctions through the maritime industry. To buy and sell commodities like oil or coal, some shipping companies manipulate identifying information...

Combatting Corruption Through Compliance: Part 2: The Five Steps of a Risk Assessment

June 25, 2020 By: Scott Nance, Principal, Langley Compliance Consulting LLC* Detecting and preventing corruption should be an integral part of any organization’s efforts in the battle against financial and economic crime. Though we often think of corruption involving...

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