Protect your business by ensuring sanction compliance
Avoid fines and reputational damage with continuous sanction monitoring.
Only 9% of organisations cross-check suppliers against sanctions monthly or more often.
Not monitoring sanctions means you could be trading with sanctioned entities without knowing. As a result, you could see fines, imprisonment and severe reputational damage.
Checking sanctions lists often isn’t a high priority due to the time and resource it needs. After supplier onboarding, it’s rarely completed, even though they change frequently. We provide a fast, simple way to check sanctions lists, allow you to take action quickly if there is a problem.
How it works.
Our software checks your suppliers daily for appearance on global sanctions lists. This includes lists published by OFSI, OFAC, the UN, FBI, and Interpol. If your supplier matches, we alert you immediately. You can then stop trading immediately, saving pain later.
Customer success stories& testimonials.
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