Keeping up with all the developments affecting the compliance world means keeping abreast of technology, crime trends, geopolitics, the economy and the regulatory environment. The US government and its coalition partners have turned up the dial on Russia- and Belarus-focused strategic trade and export controls, including dual use/battlefield goods. Increasing expectations will necessitate new synergies between how AML, sanctions and export control teams work together.
Fenwick partner and head of the firm's Trade & National Security practice Melissa Duffy will attend The Assembly Hollywood to moderate a panel titled, "Sanctions, AML & Export Controls: Taking Stock, Staking Out Priorities and Paving the Way Forward." This panel will examine the extent that banks and others are becoming the eyes and ears on Russia sanctions and export control compliance. They will also explore what is possible, what is effective and where we are seeing the greatest successes in utilizing financial compliance tools to identify and report the suspected evasion of trade controls on Russia.
Don’t miss the insights, guidance, connections and training that will provide known benefits well into an unknowable future.