Economic sanctions have become the tool of choice for governments in combating a range of illicit activity, from countering terrorist financing and corruption to the fight against illegal drugs, cyber crimes and money laundering. Sanctions are increasingly targeting commercially significant enterprises with dynamic global networks. Surfacing the risk of exposure beyond the sanctions list within a few days of each new government action can be disruptive to the routine functioning of financial crime risk management programs.
Join MoFo's John Smith for a discussion examining the best practices for a post-sanctions designation response process that incorporates the identification and mitigation of sanctions-related risk based on regulatory guidance and expectations.
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