Know Your Sanctions Lists - The Consolidated Screening List and Beyond!
This is the final post in a series of twelve covering the lists that make up the U.S. Government's Consolidated Screening List (CSL), which consolidates multiple export screening lists of the Departments of Commerce, State, and Treasury. ECScreening includes access to the CSL as well as other sanctions lists and crucial value-adding features such as Recurring Searches, Search History, and Country Alerts.
In our previous posts (listed below), we reviewed the ten lists included on the CSL and one that is still referenced, but was folded into to the SDN List. Check out the list at the bottom of this post for the full list of CSL posts.
The utility of the CSL is that it provides access to those eleven lists at once. ECScreening supplements that utility by including crucial time-saving software capabilities such as saved and recurring searches, as well as useful background information on countries and sanctions programs.
This is not the end, however. The world is awash with lists of sanctioned parties, and we will continue to present some of the more important and interesting examples that are included with ECScreening, but are not part of the CSL. Some lists will represent significant sanctions risks, others may present “red flags” that will be important to review. The Know Your Sanctions Lists series began and continues because when you have a hit on a denied party search, half the battle is figuring out what it means for your company.
Stay tuned for CAATSA (not to be confused with CAPTA)…
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