Topic: Monitorships

GIR sanctions roundtable transcript: Part II

The second instalment of GIR’s sanctions roundtable sees the panellists discuss global trends and priorities, views on countersanctions and blocking measures, and enforcement and cooperation strategies from the private and government side.

17 September 2021

GIR sanctions roundtable

Part II of the GIR sanctions roundtable transcript includes a discussion on global trends and priorities, views on countersanctions and blocking measures, and enforcement and cooperation strategies from the private and government side.

17 September 2021

GIR sanctions roundtable transcript: Part I

The conversation focuses on US/UK priorities in the sanctions landscape; how the jurisdictions approach sanctions and licensing; and private sector views on tensions between commercial and compliance risks.

10 September 2021

Joseph Walker moves to Orrick

Squire Patton Boggs’ white-collar and investigations practice head has left the firm for Orrick.

07 September 2021

It’s not an “ego fight”: The do’s and don’ts of monitorships

In this roundtable, experts from around the world discuss what authorities, companies and monitors should do to ensure that a period of compliance oversight ends successfully. “A monitorship is not a litigation process,” warned one practitioner.

20 August 2021

Keysight Technologies slapped with US arms control penalty

The company unsuccessfully challenged the State Department’s decision to classify certain radar software under US arms controls regulations.

10 August 2021

HSBC accused of hiding money laundering concerns from monitor

29 July 2021

Robinhood specifies size of AML breach settlement with New York regulator

20 July 2021

French MPs recommend AFA revamp

A parliamentary commission has published 50 recommendations designed to bolster France’s anti-corruption efforts, including overhauling the duties of the French Anti-corruption Agency.

09 July 2021

US package forwarding company dinged for illegal exports

The US Commerce Department has fined a Portland-based package forwarding company and ordered it to appoint an external compliance auditor for illegally shipping rifle scopes to Iran and China.

18 June 2021

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