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An Introduction To Maritime Trading Risk And Where To Start

Those involved throughout the maritime supply chain have seen increased guidance from regulators surrounding counterparty and sanctions risk exposures, particularly around deceptive shipping practices that are on the rise. Increasingly, sophisticated tactics evolve and change to avoid detection and exploit opaque ownership structures.

What are your market peers doing to ensure they have the correct enhanced due diligence processes in place, in order to screen vessels and entities for potential compliance risks?

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Austin John (Moderator)

Senior Product Manager
Lloyd's List Intelligence

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Leigh Hansson

Reed Smith

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Masooma Kazmi

Group Compliance Senior Manager

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