Attend LIVE and IN-PERSON this November!
This program will provide you with all the current developments in Economic Sanctions from leading financial services organizations as well as global exporters. Well-renowned as the largest sanctions gathering in Europe this is THE event to attend for sanctions and financial crime prevention experts. It offers an update of the latest developments by the best of the sanctions bar. Please join us for this well-regarded program.
HEAR FROM SENIOR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS
Head of Sanctions, DG FISMA
Sanctions Compliance Officer
U.S. Department of the Treasury
Office of Foreign Assets Control
Hear Best Practices from
- Baker Hughes
- Danske Bank
- Kleinwort Hambros
- Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp
- Swedbank AB
- UK Finance
Don’t Miss Advanced In-Depth Guidance on:
- Understanding UK Sanctions Priorities
- Navigating Recent China and Hong Kong Developments
- Country Specific Sanctions: Russia, Iran, and Belarus
- OFAC Latest Enforcement Priorities
- Compliance 2.0: Screening, Training, and New Initiatives
The Last 4 Years Have Seen Attendance from:
Accreditation will be sought in those jurisdictions requested by the registrants which have continuing education requirements. This course is identified as non-transitional for the purposes of CLE accreditation.
WHAT PAST PARTICIPANTS HAD TO SAY
If you want to know what’s happening in global sanctions compliance, this is where you go.
I think this conference offers better depth, breadth and networking opportunities than others I have attended…
This conference is an event not to be missed by any professional of this sector. It offers an update of the industry by skillful international speakers and a unique opportunity for networking.
The conference was very useful and insightful indeed and I especially appreciated the opportunity to get updates on sanctions and export control questions from the regulators OFAC and OFSI.
Right on target, professionally executed and top quality conference! I received truly useful knowledge that helped me improve our sanctions procedures.