Canada Changing Iran, Russia Sanctions?


American Conference Institute/The Canadian Institute’s inaugural Canadian Forum on Global Sanctions Compliance & Enforcement is scheduled for October 6-7 in Toronto. Uniquely tailored to the Canadian context, this is the only comprehensive event in Canada focusing exclusively on sanctions-specific compliance and cross-border enforcement.  Amid the announcement of a nuclear deal with Iran, gain real world insights on the implications for your global sanctions compliance program:

Iran Sanctions Compliance in Canada: How to Re-Position Your Global Sanctions Compliance Program in Response to Evolving Iranian Sanctions

John Boscariol, Partner, McCarthy Tetrault Paul Marquardt, Partner, Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton LLP As industry continues to navigate complex U.S. and Canadian sanctions against Russia, benefit from two in-depth sessions on how to apply them to yours and your clients’ businesses:

Focus on Russia and Ukraine: How to Interpret and Apply Sectoral Sanctions to Your Financial and Export Transactions

Janet Bolton, Managing Counsel, Regulatory Law, TD Bank Group Erin Crockett, Director Global Trade Compliance, Colfax Corporation Milos Barutciski, Partner, Bennett Jones LLP

Russia Sanctions in Practice: Hypothetical Exercises on How to Apply The 50% Rule, Financing Energy Exploration, and Extensions of Credit

Paula Kadric, Senior Manager, Global Economic Sanctions, Royal Bank of Canada Kay Georgi, Partner, Arent Fox LLP Jacqueline Shinfield, Partner, Blakes, Cassels & Graydon LLP U.S. COMMERCE DEPARTMENT KEYNOTE ADDRESS: We are pleased to announce that Matthew Borman, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Export Administration, Bureau of Industry and Security, U.S. Department of Commerce, will be discussing key developments and priorities north of the border. Advance pricing expires very shortly. Call 1-888-224-2480 or register online to save your seat.