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At a glance
Trade sanctions are often used to help governments handle disagreements with other countries and stop bad behavior, such as terrorist financing. Organizations must remain committed to following these sanctions regulations wherever they do business. That’s why it’s critical for employees to know what trade sanctions are and how to abide by the law.
NAVEX’s Trade Sanctions course helps learners understand these important restrictions. The course begins with a brief review of imports and exports, as well as sanctions regulations around the globe. Coverage then progresses to include: definitions and examples of trade sanctions, due diligence and screening best practices, how violations can happen, and how to report suspected violations.
Consequences for trade sanctions violations can be severe – both for employees and organizations – so proper training is important. Make sure your employees know the essentials.
Key concepts covered in this course:
- Definitions and examples of imports and exports
- Warning signs of potentially illegal trade transactions
- Global trade sanction regulations
- Definition of trade sanctions and examples
- Why trade sanctions exist
- How violations can happen and consequences
- The importance of due diligence
- Country risk, third-party risk and client risk
- Why following policies and procedures matter
- Best practices for due diligence and screening
- What to report
- How to report
- Where to report
- Why sanctions matter
- The responsibility to follow the law wherever you do business
- The importance of speaking up and seeking guidance
- An opportunity to review key policies and certify