Accuity: Trade finance: is your screening up to scratch?

The fight against nuclear proliferation in rogue states took an interesting turn in June, when China’s Bank of Dandong was blacklisted by the US for ‘facilitating financing’ for companies linked to North Korea’s nuclear programme. This signalled firmly that regulators aren’t only chasing organisations that breach sanctions – those financing the trade will be held equally responsible.

Banks are, of course, well aware of the risks associated with trade finance; during our recent webinar with

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