Deceptive shipping practices are on the rise, with sophisticated tactics being used to avoid detection and exploit opaque ownership structures.
Lloyd's List Intelligence, along with a panel of industry experts, will discuss how you can proactively detect suspicious activity including ship-to-ship transfers, probable dark port calls and identify spoofing and other evasions techniques such as flag-hopping.
Discover how companies use technology to help identify these deceptive practices and support proactive monitoring and investigations in order to mitigate risk of sanctions exposure.
This webinar explores:
How many vessels are involved in deceptive activity
What the typical behaviours are
The tactics they could be using
Austin John (Moderator)
Senior Product Manager Lloyd's List Intelligence
Financial Crime & Sanctions Specialist Danske Bank
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.
Access the new standard in sanctions compliance risk analysis. Seasearcher Advanced Risk & Compliance gives you insight previously unattainable, enabling you to save time and effort completing sanctions compliance checks, investigations and monitoring vessels for illicit activity.