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Top tips on building a robust Sanctions Compliance Programme

This 30-minute webinar forms part of the 2022 Sanctions Masterclass Series, which provides key updates to sanctions compliance professionals, delivered by industry-expert guest speakers.

Description

The use of sanctions grows each year as governments aim to use legislation and enactments to reduce the ability of recalcitrant regimes in accessing the international finance sector. In addition, sanctions are increasingly used to target individuals and organised crime in the fight against illicit financial flows.

This 30-minute webinar forms part of the 2022 Sanctions Masterclass Series, which provides key updates to sanctions compliance professionals, delivered by industry-expert guest speakers.

Book the full series of six webinars at a discounted price of £165 or book a selection of webinars at £30 per webinar.

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Guernsey Series

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Content

  • What does building a robust sanctions compliance framework look like?

  • Is it all about screening?

  • How do you keep up to date, when sanctions measures change all the time?

  • What does good sanctions compliance look like in practice?

 

Speaker

Caroline Dutot

Advocate, Non-Executive Director at Ardent Chambers

Caroline Dutot 

Advocate, NED and Mediator Caroline Dutot has a wealth of legal experience and a wide range of skills built up throughout her career. Caroline qualified as a Jersey Advocate in 2009 and founded Ardent Chambers in 2015.

Caroline founded Ardent Chambers to provide personable and professional legal services to a wide range of clients. Caroline is able to provide a range of services, from representation in disputes, NED services and independent mediation.

Caroline often advises her clients on regulatory, employment, contractual and licensing matters. Having previously worked for the Attorney General in Jersey, as well as the Jersey Financial Services Commission, she is uniquely placed to advise clients and Boards on Corporate Governance and regulatory issues. Caroline’s unique cross-section of skills particularly come to the fore in those instances where both regulatory and employment issues are intertwined.

As an Advocate, advisor, NED and mediator effective communication skills are key to all areas of her work. Caroline’s passion for communication and ability to understand her client’s point of view underpins all her work, helping her to assist others in achieving pragmatic solutions.

She frequently provides training on topics including Director’s duties, span of control, corporate governance, data protection, GDPR, anti-bribery and corruption practices and financial sanctions – an area in which she drafted the Jersey Financial Service Commission’s industry guidance.


 

Suitable for

This webinar is suitable for all compliance professionals as well as managers and Directors with responsibility for financial crime risk management.

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