Masterclass: Tracking Iranian Shipping Networks and Global Sanctions Risk Using Data and Graph Analytics

07/28/21 3 minute read

Deceptive shipping practices enable the continued movement of Iranian oil and other illicit goods across the world, despite sanctions. The networks responsible for this activity hide in the complexity of the maritime shipping industry, exposing unwitting firms to sanctions risk.

Sayari analyst Wali Miller and VP of Content Jessica Abell to learn how to use data and graph analytics to uncover the covert networks responsible for moving Iranian oil and dual use items critical for its nuclear and ballistic missile programs.

You will learn about:

  • Common deceptive shipping practices used to obscure ownership and control
  • How company data and ship registry data work together to identify high-risk vessels, companies, and individuals
  • Real-world case studies, including illicit Iranian shipping networks that span China, Hong Kong, Turkey, Cyprus, Panama, and more

This class is ideal for anyone who:

  • Focuses on KYC, due diligence, and sanctions compliance globally
  • Wants to mitigate risk posed by, or disrupt the activities of, illicit Iranian networks
  • Wants to learn how to better leverage public data

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