Recent Trends in Global Sanctions

Spotlight on Iran

January 23, 2019 11:00am

Joshua Mater
Senior Sanctions Coordinator, Office of Economic Sanctions Policy and Implementation
U.S. Department of State

Ben I. Omorogbe
Vice President & Group General Counsel
Travelers (St Paul, MN)

Stephen J. Shine
Chief Regulatory Counsel
Prudential (Newark, NJ)

David Brummond
Of Counsel
Jacobson Burton Kelley PLLC (Washington, DC)

Scott Horton
Associate General Counsel, Global Head of the Financial Crimes Group Global Legal, Compliance and Regulatory
AIG (New York, NY)

Robert P. Walsh
Global Financial Crime Officer
AXA Group (New York, NY)

Part i): How to Deal with the Aftermath of Nov. 4th, Secondary Sanctions: Key Compliance & Regulatory Concerns for the Insurance Industry
  • Examination of U.S. sanctions against Iran and snap back impacts
  • Trump’s decision to withdrawal from nuclear arms control deal – immediate and foreseeable impacts?
  • Assessing the impact of secondary sanctions and the implications on the insurance industry
  • Conformance to evolving global standards and resulting conflicts of laws
  • Post wind-down date compliance check in
  Part ii): Dealing with Evolving Sanctions in an Era of Anti-blocking Measures
  • Overview on the blocking regulation: elements and main blocking measure
  • Practical implications of the blocking regulation
  • Dealing with evolving sanctions in an era of anti-blocking measures and the resulting conflicts of law