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DATE: Thursday, June 21, 2018

TIME: 12:00 PM – 01:15 PM EST, 05:00 PM – 06:15 PM London, 06:00 PM – 07:15 PM Amsterdam

In its role as the U.S. sanctions enforcer, the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has recently doled out a number of hefty fines for sanctions violations. In 2017 alone, OFAC imposed a fine of $2 million against ExxonMobil for violating Ukraine-Related Sanctions, as well as a $12 million fine against CSE Global Limited and CSE TransTel Pte Ltd and a whopping $1.2 billion against ZTE Corporation for violation of the Iranian Transactions and Sanctions Regulations.

DATE: Thursday, July 12, 2018

TIME: 12:00 PM – 01:15 PM EST, 05:00 PM – 06:00 PM London, 06:00 PM – 07:00 PM Amsterdam

This webinar will address the steps an institution can take in advance in order to prepare for a bank examination of your OFAC program. Our speaker will discuss and provide guidelines for positively and accurately representing OFAC programs to regulators in order to ensure your business achieves the best outcome.

DATE: Thursday, August 30, 2018

TIME: 12:00 PM – 01:15 PM EST, 05:00 PM – 06:00 PM London, 06:00 PM – 07:00 PM Amsterdam

In recent times, non-list based sanctions have taken center stage in the compliance world. Since July 2014, the U.S. government has begun to utilize an entirely new breed of sanctions regime known as “sectoral sanctions”. These non-list based sanctions, such as those broadly imposed on Venezuelan ‘new debt’ or Russian trade, aim to limit certain sectors of a country’s economy from gaining access to U.S. capital markets.

DATE: Thursday, Sept 13, 2018

TIME: 10:00 AM – 11:15 AM EST, 02:00 PM – 03:15 PM GMT, 03:00 PM – 04:15 Amsterdam

The U.K. currently derives its sanctions from European law to implement sanctions, regardless of whether they originated at the U.N., E.U., or OSCE. Since June 2016’s ‘Brexit’ decision, when the U.K. voted to leave the E.U., it has been unclear how the U.K. will implement sanctions policy after the divorce.