S&P Global Market Intelligence has published a case study describing how it provided a solution for an Asian-based Asian Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) team tasked with screening trade transactions for signs of trade-based money laundering (TBML) and identifying any direct or indirect exposure to sanctioned commodities, companies, or countries.

The client is described as a large bank and part of a US group that already uses S&P’s Panjiva Supply Chain Intelligence for surveillance of trade data, which provides global import and export transaction details, with information on buyers and sellers, product descriptions and values.

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