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Navigating the challenge of changing global sanctions regimes

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP


11:00 EST

This webinar will explore the compliance challenges for US and global companies as the pace of change in US and EU economic and trade sanctions regimes has continued to increase. A substantial focus will be on the US and EU sanctions regimes relating to Russia and Iran, including areas such as the EU blocking regulation in relation to Iran, and on developments relating to cryptocurrency. Anticipating and preparing for potential changes to sanctions requirements, and strategies for minimising sanctions risk, are practical necessities in a changing sanctions environment; this webinar will discuss practical strategies to address changing sanctions restrictions.


Susannah Cogman
Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills

Based in London, Susannah Cogman is an independently recognised expert in financial crime and related regulatory work. She advises a wide range of clients across industries on issues relating to sanctions anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, fraud, insider dealing and related issues, both contentious and non-contentious. She specialises in complex national and international investigations and compliance matters. She also has a particular specialism in sanctions work in relation to Iran, Russia/Ukraine, Syria and Libya.

Jonathan Cross
Counsel, Herbert Smith Freehills

Based in New York, Jonathan Cross's practice focuses on government investigations and regulatory matters, including US economic sanctions and export control issues, Exon-Florio foreign investment filing issues, and securities and antitrust litigation. He also has substantial experience in the field of complex commercial litigation, with a focus on transnational business disputes as well as project finance and infrastructure-related litigation.


Susannah Cogman
Jonathan Cross


5 February 2019
16:00 - 16:55 UTC
55 min