Shared in partnership with Moody’s Analytics
Moody’s Analytics implemented a series of global sanctions conferences with the U.S. Department of State and CRDF Global, offering education and awareness on international sanctions frameworks, implementation mechanisms, and risk-based approaches.
Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in 2020, over $58 billion in financial accounts and economic resources owned by sanctioned Russians, and $300 billion of Russia’s Central Bank assets have been frozen by the United States and its allies. To navigate an ever-evolving sanctions list, organizations need to be equipped with the right tools and data to continuously track sanctions risk exposure.
“Drawing upon our decades of experience operating internationally and our deep commitment to mitigating sanctions evasion, this programming provides tailored and effective compliance training solutions all over the world,” said CRDF Global President and COO Tina Dolph. “As part of our broader vision for a more secure world, we take pride in strengthening institutions by connecting individuals, and empowering them with knowledge and due diligence resources to use in their professional capacity.”
This whitepaper covers topics on:
- Improving sanctions implementation
- Evolving methods to capture the dynamic nature of sanctions
- Continuous tracking of sanctions risk exposure through robust due diligence
- Perpetual KYC checks triggered by real-time risk events
- Compliance course of action
Click here for the full report.