Discover & monitor integrity risks in your third party & supplier ecosystem
- Surface previously unknown integrity risks in your supplier ecosystem, with unparalleled coverage of company and factory ownership in countries like China, Mexico, and Taiwan.
- Uncover beneficial ownership and control structures of your suppliers, franchisees, and business partners. Quickly discover entities with high-risk relationships or operations in areas such as Xinjiang that are subject to forced labor and other government supply chain advisories.
- Reduce the complexity of compliance with FCPA and the UK Bribery Act by understanding state control (SOE) or political exposure (PEP) of your overseas counterparties, especially in markets with an elevated risk of corruption, like Brazil, Nigeria, and Ukraine.
- Maintain visibility on supplier integrity and commitment to responsible sourcing
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U.S. Restricts Imports from Select Xinjiang Entities, While Considering Legal Implications of Wider Import Bans
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced on Monday it would delay an industry-wide ban of tomato and cotton produced in Xinjiang, a region in Northwest China. Our research shows that if such a ban were enacted, over 2,600 Chinese entities could be barred...
A clothing importer based in the Los Angeles Fashion District recently agreed to plead guilty to charges related to his company’s tax fraud scheme, money laundering, and customs violations, resulting in nearly $118 million in fines. The company owner, Sang Bum “Ed”...
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) intends to impose restrictions on cotton and tomato imports from China’s Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region (XUAR), according to Reuters. We found over 2,400 companies in Xinjiang linked to cotton and over 240 companies linked...