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Flexing OFSI’s muscles – a review of developments in Sanctions against Russia

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.

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Content

  • Key UK sanctions against Russia

  • Going beyond sanctions – businesses take the lead

  • The role of compliance

  • OFSI enforcement

 

Speaker

David Savage

Head of Financial Crime at Stewarts Law

David Savage 

David is a partner and Head of Stewarts’ Financial Crime team. His prior role as the Group Senior Sanctions Officer for a private bank, combined with extensive financial crime and investigations experience in private practice, results in David being expertly placed to advise on the legal, regulatory, commercial and practical aspects of sanctions, fraud, corruption, money laundering, market manipulation, market abuse and insider trading. David has a reputation for providing commercial, pragmatic advice and is particularly adept in conducting internal investigations and representing corporates and individuals in global regulatory investigations. He also has an excellent grasp of data privacy considerations and e-discovery solutions.

Before honing his extensive experience in international sanctions and internal and regulatory investigations in a banking environment, David worked for several years in the Corporate Crime and Investigations team at an international law firm. His expertise includes conducting internal bribery and corruption investigations for domestic and multinational companies, representing traders investigated for market manipulation, and advising and dealing with sanctions and money laundering risks and issues. He successfully advises and defends in matters concerning the FCA, SFO, HMRC, NCA, CPS, OFSI and the DOJ, SEC and OFAC in the USA.

David brings expertise in international sanctions at a level usually found only within financial institutions, advising individuals, banks and corporates on their obligations and exposure when conducting business globally.


 

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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