Bovill briefing | Sanctions Roundup | Singapore | Event date: Tuesday 5 December 2017
The sanctions regime continues to change with imposition of additional sanctions against Russia and North Korea and the longstanding restrictions on Iran. The dynamic geopolitical landscape contributes to the complexities in setting up a sanctions compliance program which addresses the commercial and compliance challenges and balances the obligations against cost and efficiency. Given Singapore’s significance as an international trade and financial hub, this remains a pressing issue for financial institutions and other corporates involved in trade and shipping.
As we near the year end, we are having a sanctions roundup and will cover:
1) Developments in the international sanctions regime in 2017
2) Singapore sanctions regime, and
3) Sanctions compliance and risk management.
We’ll be welcoming senior management, legal and compliance professionals from across Singapore’s financial services sector and corporates involved in trade and shipping. This session will give a broad understanding of the sanctions regime and will be useful if you are considering creating a sanctions program or making changes to their sanctions program.
Room 901 - NTUC Centre