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Product Spotlight: How to screen securities with World-Check Financial Instrument Risk Intelligence
Over and above responding effectively to top line sanctions, financial institutions must identify and manage financial instruments related to sanctioned entities, those issued by their subsidiaries, and those subject to majority ownership by sanctioned individuals in sectoral sanctions.

The latest EOs being issued by the US on China, amendments to earlier EOs on other countries that imposes indirect sanctions on financial instruments issued by sanctioned entities has made it more imperative than ever that organisations trading financial instruments remain compliant to minimize risk.
This session unpacks how the latest EOs and sanctions landscape as a whole affects financial institutions, and what can be done to mitigate related risks.

On the agenda:

  • How EO 14032 will impact compliance policies relating to China
  • An update on how securities are sanctioned by OFAC, the UN, the EU, and the JMOF
  • Challenges associated with sanction compliance for financial instruments
  • Best practice for identifying sanctioned entities and screening funds
  • Practical example with World-Check Financial Instrument Risk Intelligence
Event info
Format: On-Demand Webinar
Duration: 1 hour


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Anubhuti David
Proposition Director - Financial Crime (Screening) Data and Software

Anubhuti (Anu) David is the Proposition Director of Risk Intelligence & Financial Crime, Customer and Third Party Risk Proposition at London Stock Exchange Group, Data & Analytics Division. She has 15+ years’ experience in the Risk space varying from product engineering, product management and business development and strategy, enabling businesses fulfill their anti-financial crime requirements.

In her current role, she focusses on new market opportunities and strategic initiatives for the and is responsible for the development and execution of the business strategy for Risk Intelligence content and delivery including World-Check data/data-file and other associated data sets required by customers to meet their regulatory requirements and effectively managing their risks.

Prior to joining Refinitiv/LSEG in June 2016, Anu worked for Dow Jones heading up the Product Management function for their Risk & Compliance business. She has a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Wales and holds a degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering.

Michael Meadon
Proposition Sales Director, Risk, APAC

Mike leads Market Development for Refinitiv’s risk business across Asia. In this role he helps define Refinitiv’s go-to-market, product and content strategies, including for the flagship World-Check and Enhanced Due Diligence product sets. He is particularly focused on keeping abreast of regulatory, industry and technological developments, to ensure Refinitiv continues to innovate and develop products that meet client needs.

Mike has a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Cape Town, and spent several years at the University of KwaZulu Natal (UKZN) studying cognitive science. As a “former future academic”, he has a strong continued interest in history and science, and particularly palaeoanthropology, astronomy and cognitive science. Professionally, Mike has a passion for combating corruption, transnational financial crime, and believes in the power of big data to achieve these ends.