Sanctions lists — structured, standardized — connect directly as web service
Applicable EU regulations require companies located or economically active in the EU to make an economically and technically appropriate effort to check all their business partners, suppliers, customers and employees against the Common Foreign & Security Policy (CFSP) lists. These lists include all persons, companies and organizations against which an economic ban or embargo has been imposed. Failure to comply with the regulation can result in substantial fines and even imprisonment.
Similar regulations apply to the U.S. from the Bureau of Industry and Security of the U.S. Department of Commerce with the lists for review and the METI lists from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
Our Data Service Formats:
- SAP GTS Format
- XML standard format
- SAP rest service format for Marlin Compliance Screening (MCS)
- Checking the lists daily — 24/7
- Changes are available within 24 hours
- Mapping of diverse lists into a uniform, machine-readable data format
- Structuring of the lists with the Scarus Data Quality Suite
- The original entries with poor quality are then checked against the address, validated, corrected and supplemented (e.g. with city, postal code, country information)
- Recognition of special characters and stop words
- Examination of name fields for identification as a person or an organization
- Provision of cleaned field information in data service format
|European Sanction Lists||EU||List of persons, groups and entities subject to EU financial sanctions.|
Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List. (OFAC)
If a match occurs in this case, a license must be obtained from the U.S. authorities for that trade partner for the exchange of goods subject to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). This applies to US persons and worldwide for all entries with the following identifiers: NPWMD, SDGT, SDT, FTO, IRAQ2, BURMA.
Denied Persons List
Companies that violate this ban are in violation of U.S. export rules. This may result in penalties and furthermore, they may be listed on the DPL themselves as a result. Therefore, do not do business with anyone listed on this list.
Individuals who pose a risk of being involved in the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction are listed here.
This list includes persons for whom there is doubt as to whether they are eligible to purchase U.S. products. It is a type of warning list. It is necessary to ensure that the goods are not used for a prohibited end use.
List of Statutorily Debarred Parties
In this case, a violation and a conviction under the arms export control law precede for the natural or legal person.
List of Administratively Debarred Parties
The Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs may exclude certain persons or organizations from trade in defense equipment.
Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty
|Australian Sanction Lists||DFAT AU- AUSTRALIA|
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
The consolidated list is a list of all persons and entities subject to targeted financial sanctions under Australian sanctions law. The persons listed may be Australian citizens, foreign nationals, or residents of Australia or overseas.
Her Majesty's Treasury
Consolidated list of financial sanctions targets in the U.K.
SECO State Secretariat for Economic Affairs
Sanctions list of the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs SECO
|UN - United Nations||UNS|
United Nations Security Council Consolidated List
List of individuals and entities subject to sanctions imposed on them by the United Nations Security Council
Compliance screening including daily updated lists – versatile service from a single source
With Scarus Data Sanctions (SDS), we offer our customers two services from a single source: Marlin Compliance Screening, the fully in SAP integrated software for checking embargo lists, in combination with the data service.Sign up for our newsletter