Regulatory Compliance Association Reviews

US Trade Sanctions 2020

30 Jul 2019

US Trade Sanctions 2020

  • US Trade Sanctions 2020
    June 10, 2020
    12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Date: June 10, 2020                                                                                       
General Session: 12:00 PM ET to 1:30 PM ET
Location: Webcast (Free)

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Description

This session will provide a review of U.S. primary and secondary sanctions, including the re-imposition of nuclear-related sanctions that were lifted to effectuate sanctions relief under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the broader debt, equity, and securities prohibitions introduced under the Ukraine-related and Venezuela sanctions, the comprehensive prohibitions concerning Crimea, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, and Syria, as well as those sanctions regimes which are list-based.  We will also discuss the effect of the main differences between US and EU sanctions.

The program will also include a discussion of:

  • Legal authorities underlying U.S. and EU sanctions
  • OFAC’s jurisdictional reach
  • Sanctions administered by the U.S. Department of State
  • Potential sanctions-related “red flags”
  • Case studies applying U.S. and EU sanctions prohibitions
  • Potential civil / criminal liability for activity conducted in violation of U.S. and/or EU sanctions

Session Chairman:

Walter Zebrowski, JD, CPA, Principal, Hedgemony Partners
Chairman, Regulatory Compliance Association

Senior Fellow from Practice:

Bruce Paulsen, JD, Partner, Seward & Kissel

Guest Lecturers

Andrew Jacobson, Associate, Seward & Kissel
Noah Czarny, Associate, Seward & Kissel
Stephen Gentle, Head of Criminal Law Group, Simmons & Simmons
Cherie Spinks, Of Counsel, Criminal Law Group, Simmons & Simmons
Brian Goerke, Head of CIB Americas Financial Security and Head of Compliance-Canada, BNP Paribas
Cassie Schock, Head of Sanctions for Corporate and Institutional Banking, BNP Paribas