February 20, 2018
By Anna Sayre, Legal Content Writer SanctionsAlert.com
The use of sanctions as an international regulatory and compliance tool has risen exponentially in recent times. The increasingly complex nature of these sanctions programs has led to the need for qualified persons equipped with the knowledge to tackle the day-to-day compliance and operational duties brought on by the ever-changing rules that govern sanctions policy.
December 22, 2017
The issue of OFAC/sanctions compliance cuts to the root of concerns among compliance officers at corporations and financial institutions doing business internationally.
The increasingly complex nature of sanctions programs has led to the need for qualified persons equipped with the knowledge to tackle the day-to-day compliance and operational duties brought on by the ever-changing rules that govern sanctions policy.
In order to gauge a real-life perspective of those in the business, SanctionsAlert.com has taken the time to ask sanctions professionals what they think is the best way of breaking into the sanctions field and how they see the future of the sanctions industry unfolding.
March 14, 2017
This article features in Money Laundering Bulletin (www.moneylaunderingbulletin.com)
So, you have just graduated from college, and you need a job. What career should you pursue? You might be wise to consider the growing field of sanctions compliance, say Saskia Rietbroek and Anna Sayre. (more…)
Date: May 20, 2016
Sanctions compliance responsibilities take more time to perform now than they did three years ago, according to a survey of compliance professionals by SanctionsAlert.com conducted in April and May 2016. (more…)
By: Anna Sayre, reporter SanctionsAlert.com
Date: May 17, 2016
Since the early 1990s, EU sanction implementation has been on the rise and, as a result, has attracted growing attention from the international community. (more…)