At the start of 2019, OFAC agreed to an almost USD 1 million settlement with US company e.l.f. Cosmetics for apparent violations of North Korean-targeted economic sanctions. Notably, this was due to the conduct of the company’s supplier, and not the company itself. PSA has prepared a brief exploring the implications of this case and describing the importance of a robust supply chain due diligence program that covers not only a company’s suppliers, but also those suppliers’ own affiliates and business partners.
With more than 20 years of experience spanning the globe, PSA has deep experience in due diligence operations and other areas of corporate investigations. PSA’s unique capabilities in investigations and global information gathering allow it to rapidly and expertly support your company’s due diligence processes. To learn more about how PSA’s Due Diligence services can mitigate corruption risks for your company, visit our Third-Party Due Diligence page or contact email@example.com.