A two-pronged approach would be the best way for Singaporean firms to avoid implicating themselves in sanctioned transactions according to head of financial crime compliance at HSBC Singapore, Jamil Ahmed.

Writing for Regulation Asia, he says firms should recognise and respond to sanctioned transaction risks by reassessing procedures, controls and most importantly, using appropriate technologies to make sure that the risks are addressed.

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