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A new frontier in sanctions awareness and compliance


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.

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

Get in touch if you’d like to find out more about how we can help with your organization’s sanctions compliance efforts – we would love to hear from you.


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