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Watchlists are not just the stuff of regulation; they can also be how the firm institutes its own set of restrictions. The question is: can you incorporate your own internal lists into your other watchlist screening efforts, and what flexibility do you have in that regard? Questions to consider: Can […]

HMT Updates for January 24, 2013: DRC and Libya

An update from Her Majesty’s Treasury to two sanctions programs today. The following were added to the Democratic Republic of the Congo sanctions program: Individuals 1. BADEGE, Eric DOB: –/–/1971 Group ID: 12838 2. RUNIGA, Jean-Marie, Lugerero DOB: –/–/1960 Other Information: DOB is approximate Group ID: 12839 Entities 1. FORCES […]

OFAC Updates for January 23, 2013

A bunch of updates from OFAC today. First, the following additions were made to the Transnational Criminal Organizations (TCO) sanctions: The following individuals have been added to OFAC’s SDN List: GOLDBERG, Marina Samuilovna (a.k.a. KALASHOV, Marina; a.k.a. KALASHOVA, Marina), Burj Khalifa, Dubai, United Arab Emirates; DOB 15 Sep 1979; Passport […]


It would be really nice if all your data was of consistent quality and content. Nice, but not realistic… So, how can one handle the exceptional case? Does it prevent the company from taking advantage of opportunities in the vast majority of the other data, or does the firm take […]