Managing Compliance in the Era of Sanctions and Terrorist Financing
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Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
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The Biden administration recently announced that they expect to conclude their review on U.S. sanctions policy this fall. Historically, Iran, Syria, Cuba, and Venezuela were countries most likely to involve U.S. companies in a sanctions violation, but there are hundreds, if not thousands, of other sanctioned individuals and entities of varying types that could trip a company up.
For the financial services industry, the biggest challenge is the sheer complexity and variety of sanctions out there.
Time is of the essence, and how the Government addresses emerging political threats will have a direct impact on the financial services industry.
What can your organization do to prepare for changes in compliance?
Thankfully, we have experts in the area who are here to answer that very question. Join us for a discussion on key areas below to set your company up for success:
- Trends in terrorist financing
- Expected shifts in U.S. Sanctions policy
- Best Practices for proactive sanctions compliance