Are your international business relations on any of the OFAC sanctions lists? Use Lexis Diligence to find out quickly.
Access to OFAC sanctions lists and much more.
OFAC - the Office Of Foreign Asset Control - is a department of the U.S. Treasury that enforces economic and trade sanctions against countries and groups of individuals involved in terrorism, narcotics and other disreputable activities. One of its activities is publishing lists of these sanctions, including the Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) list.
One thing is certain: as a company doing business internationally, you do not want to do business with any customers, suppliers or partners on one of those lists. Keeping up to date with the latest versions of the sanctions lists, and to perform background checks of potential new business relations is not an easy task. Unless you use Lexis Diligence.
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