Export Controls & Trade Compliance
Enhance your export controls program with integrated watchlist and global company data from high-risk jurisdictions like China, Iran, Russia, and Venezuela. Sayari uses graph analytics to pre-compute ownership structures and flag any hits on a screening list, accelerating complex investigations and enabling compliance with “narrative sanctions” and the “OFAC 50% rule.”
- Identify and investigate counterparties to shipments, and check for exposure to high-risk and sanctioned markets like Iran and Venezuela, or to non-obvious state-owned or state-invested enterprises (SOEs) in places like Russia and China. Sayari provides detailed ownership and control information on over 75M companies and 99M key personnel in these four countries alone, plus hundreds of millions more around the world.
- Ensure compliance with “narrative sanctions” and the “OFAC 50% rule” plus EU equivalents. Sayari uses graph analytics to pre-compute ownership structures and flag any indirect or beneficial owners that appear on a screening list, including the SDN list, as well as map subsidiaries or affiliates of known designated entities.
- Increase confidence in data sourcing and minimize reliance on Google with direct access to over 740M original documents sourced from official government registries all over the world, many of which Sayari makes searchable for the first time.
Integrate directly with vendor onboarding, case management, and screening and monitoring platforms via user interface, data file, or API.
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