Video: What Global Sanctions Compliance Means for Asia

In recent years, sanctions have become a much more common tool for countries to put pressure on foreign governments. The rapidly evolving sanctions regimes of OFAC, the UN, the EU, and Asian jurisdictions such as Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan have made global compliance much more complex. Moreover, sanctioned countries and beneficial owners have become less and less visible, as they hide behind complex business structures.

Regulation Asia’s Garima Chitkara sat down with SIX’s Neil Thomas, Head of Sales in Asia, and Robert Jeanbart, Head of Financial Information, to discuss what sanctions monitoring means for financial institutions in Asia, and how SIX can help them stay globally compliant.

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