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2022 In Review: Supporting Investigations with Public Data

12/21/22 5 minute read

2022 was a busy year in the financial crime and anti-money laundering world. Our team of analysts have spent countless hours monitoring global events and policy shifts to ensure we understand the climate that analysts and investigators must navigate.

Throughout the year, our team crafted helpful guides and informative masterclasses aimed at helping analysts conduct investigations efficiently and effectively. 

In case you missed it, we’ve compiled a selection of our best materials on the most relevant topics from this year that we hope you’ll find useful in your investigative work.

The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA)

By barring all commercial inputs with a link to Xinjiang from entering U.S. markets, the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) put additional strain on importers already grappling with supply chain bottlenecks, labor shortages, travel restrictions, rising inflation, and heightened political tension. 

The Sayari Analyst Team compiled a host of strategies for importers looking to stay in compliance with this groundbreaking law aimed at deterring the forced labor industry in China. 

Watch our masterclass to learn how to mitigate Xinjiang forced labor risk and get shipments back on track

Read our ebook to learn the answers to frequently asked questions about the UFLPA

Russian Sanctions

Since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24th, there has been a seemingly endless stream of sanction measures against the Russian state by Western nations, targeting everything from high-ranking government officials and oligarchs, to large financial institutions and defense firms.  

With the sanctions landscape in a constant state of flux this year, our experts created practical guidance to help analysts at financial institutions and multinational corporations stay abreast of the changes and ensure compliance.

Watch our masterclass to learn how to track the assets of Russian Oligarchs using public data

Read our blog to learn agile strategies for managing sanctions implemented by FIUs

Importance of Public Records

Throughout investigations analysts can be plagued by the hard-to-find connections that come from information gaps. Sayari Graph harnesses the public data of the world to connect key relationship networks to eliminate information gaps. Our team of analysts have shared their practical investigative tips to help other analysts and investigators navigate critical, obscure networks.

Watch our masterclass to learn how public records can help track down Asian money laundering organizations 

Read our tip sheet to learn tips for accessing Russian public data and understanding anti-transparency measures

Financial Crime Reform

As bad actors devise innovative ways to move and launder illicit assets, regulatory regimes and financial crime investigators have needed to adapt to be more effective at countering illicit activity. Our team at Sayari has kept a close eye on policy developments that will change the way compliance teams do their work, while simultaneously creating technologies that help ease these new challenges.

Watch our webinar to discover the impact of technology on crime reform in a discussion with Juan Zarate, author of Treasury’s War

Read our blog to learn the impact the ENABLERS Act could have on anti-money laundering in the US

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