Make confident and compliant decisions pre and post-investing into markets subject to sanction programme.
With the ongoing war between Russia & Ukraine, many countries (including the United States, Canada, and the European Union) have imposed sanctions against Russia and Belarus. These recent international sanctions have significantly expanded to a larger number of entities and individuals compared to the smaller number of previously publicly listed financial instruments.
These increases in international sanctions are related to the risk associated with financial instruments. The Global Entity Financial Sanctions data helps investors to support confident compliance decision-making and portfolio and risk management in pre and post-investment into the market.
Advantages of Global Financial Sanctions Data
- The comprehensive data set includes both sanctioned entities and the instrument issued by the sanctioned entities. The coverage extends to the OFAC’s 50 per cent rule, where if a sanctioned entity or individual owns 50 per cent or more directly or indirectly of another entity, it will also be implicitly sanctioned.
- A combination of timely and accurate information on sanctioned entities with security reference data and the sanctions authority is offered. This covers a broad range of financial instruments issued by the target entity, including equities, debt instruments, indices and ETFs, as well as derivatives products.
Global Financial Sanctions Data includes 200 plus entities listed across all countries. Dedicated team members are constantly monitoring over 20 major actions authorities’ websites daily and processing the actions information promptly.
The sanctions data is sourced from official Sanction issuing Authority websites, which include more than 20 global jurisdictions Sanctions issuing authorities in the United States, United Kingdom, United Nations, European Union, Canada, Switzerland, Japan, Australia and other countries.