HireRight Global Sanctions Enforcement Check (GSEC) searches a source containing information from over 1,800 U.S. and international regulatory enforcement authorities, sanctions bodies, law enforcement agencies and financial regulators.
This search can help discover warning actions placed on specified parties due to a variety of infractions ranging from financial malfeasance, securities fraud or violations of professional codes of conduct to more serious offenses such as money laundering, drug trafficking or exportation of restricted technologies and terrorism.
The HireRight GSEC helps facilitate certain screening obligations while also providing organizations with a new search option for gaining greater global visibility into applicant and employee history. HireRight GSEC searches information obtained from sources including the following:
The Office of Foreign Asset and Control (OFAC) specially designated nationals and blocked persons’ lists.
Key U.S. financial governing programs such as the Federal Reserve List of Enforcement Actions, which provides a comprehensive review of all parties restricted to act in a financial capacity within the U.S. as listed under the FDIA.
U.S. and international financial sanctions bodies, which identify persons that may expose an organization to financial fraud.
In addition, the HireRight GSEC can help to identify whether an individual is a Politically Exposed Person (PEP) or the direct family member or close business associate of a PEP. The HireRight GSEC helps employers to: