20% discount available for Key Issues and Challenges in Sanctions Regulation conference



  • 20% discount available

    Sanctionline is supporting this event

    On March 29, the new UK Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act will come into force. The Act allows for sanctions on people who commit gross human rights violations under the so-called ‘Magnitsky amendment’. The UK Government will gain the power to designate persons being sanctioned not only by name, but also by description and this will give rise to significant compliance issues. It will also ensure that the review mechanism is tightened, preventing such persons immediately challenging regulations before the courts.

    In recent months, not only human rights violations, but also cyber security and chemical attacks have resulted in calls for sanctions. It is therefore very likely that in the coming years differences in foreign policy between the EU, the US and the UK will greatly affect the sanctions landscape.

    This conference will focus on the impact of this development on corporates and financial institutions; examine the implications for enforcement and litigation issues and aim to give practical guidance.

    Keynotes, expert speakers and panel sessions will cover the following topics:

    • UK sanctions policy
    • Recent developments in the US Sanctions regime
    • Recent developments in the EU sanctions regime
    • Impact of sanctions regimes on corporates and financial institutions and the global risks from a business perspective
    • Enforcement processes in the UK
    • Sanctions challenges and litigation issues
    • Trends and looking forward – interactive session for practitioners
      Speakers

    Colin Butler, Head of Sanctions, UK & EMEA, Credit Suisse

    Daniel Cariello, Compliance Officer, Sanctions Compliance and Evaluation, Office of Foreign Assets Control, US Department of Treasury

    Spencer Chilvers, Head of Export Control Policy, Rolls Royce

    Genevra Forwood, Partner, White & Case LLP

    Maya Lester, QC, Brick Court Chambers

    David McLean, Joint Deputy Head of the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI), and Head of Financial Sanctions Enforcement

    Maura Rezendes, Senior Counsel, Allen & Overy LLP

    Ken Rivlin, Partner, Allen & Overy LLP

    Matt Townsend, Partner and Global Head of the International Trade Group, Allen & Overy LLP

    Justine Walker, Director, Sanctions Policy, UK Finance

    The full event programme and confirmed speakers can be viewed on the event website by clicking the link below.

    Delegate Fees:

    £645 + VAT*

    *Use discount code ‘SREG1SO’ to receive a 20% discount off the above fee.

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    *in all cases the code above must be mentioned for the discount to be applied to the private sector fee.

    Website: http://bit.ly/SanctionsRegulationSO2019

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    Tel: 01932 340115