Discover how the news, regulatory lists, and company information—including IHS Maritime Shipping data—available in Nexis Diligence™ empowers organisations to identify potential sanctions risks on the high seas.
What’s behind the €1.4B loss France-based aerospace giant Airbus posted at the end of January? Non-compliance with anti-bribery and corruption regulations—in multiple countries—led to a record-breaking fine. Read our blog to learn more about the risks of bribery and how to mitigate them.
Société Générale will pay $1.3 billion to settle allegations of breaching U.S. sanctions. But banks aren’t the only organisations that face elevated compliance risk. Check out our blog on the high cost of sanctions violations.
Sanctions regimes are constantly changing. Organisations conducting business globally need to be aware of developments as they unfold in order to avoid expensive financial penalties and potential criminal charges.
As political fortunes wax and wane, sanctions regimes can change too. Find out more about the current sanctions climate and best practices for mitigating sanctions risk through duediligence and ongoing risk monitoring.
The historic nuclear deal with Iran spells a sizeable opportunity for international business, yet does little to simplify the international and internal complexities of doing business in the world’s most intricately sanctions-affected market.
FCPA enforcement fines are getting bigger, with more and more companies paying billions in settlement. In fact, the average fine in 2017 was twice as that of 2016 per company. Click here to read more about this.
The complicated nature of sanctions regimes, the variety of international bodies governing them, and the dynamic nature of the landscape means that without sufficient investment, expertise, and resources, an organisation is at risk of potentially ruinous civil and criminal liabilities.
The UK, which has long played a key role in determining EU sanctions policy, will now develop its own strategy for managing sanctions. The increasing complexity of the landscape will provide fresh challenges for UK businesses operating internationally.