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Sanctions compliance continues to impact agendas in financial institutions. With regulatory focus increasing, along with significant fines, the associated reputational damage of non-compliance continues to pose risks. Having an efficient and effective process is a key driver on the path of sanctions compliance.   Sanctions

How can Deloitte help?

In an increasingly complex background, the need to demonstrate sanctions compliance effectiveness, internally and externally, remains a focus.

Increasingly, the challenge is balancing effectiveness with efficiency to drive a more cost-effective sanctions compliance environment.

Our areas of focus include:

  • Testing the effectiveness and efficiency of screening tools
  • Assessing current processes and technologies used to comply with sanctions regulations
  • Assisting compliance, operations and internal audit functions following a review from the regulators
  • Designing and implementing processes, frameworks and tools to aid efficiency and optimisation
  • Advising on sanctions technology strategy.


Efficiency and effectiveness in sanctions compliance


Tom Scampion Tom Scampion
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Michael Jones Michael Jones
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Raj Shah Raj Shah
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