On November 12, 2020, President Trump signed Executive Order 13959 prohibiting U.S. persons from engaging in any transaction in publicly traded securities in “Communist Chinese military companies” (“CCMCs”). The Chinese sanctions present several compliance challenges for U.S. companies, including financial institutions, and companies engaged in transactions subject to U.S. jurisdiction. The Biden administration is continuing to develop its foreign policy related to China.


Topics to Be Covered:

  • Performing Effective Sanctions Screening on Chinese Persons and Entities
  • Resolving Complex Due Diligence Due Diligence Challenges on Existing or New Opportunities When Working with China
  • How the China Blocking Statute Will Affect My Organization and How to Manage Conflicts of Law
  • Audience Polling: Test Your Knowledge on Real Life Scenarios
  • Communicating Sanctions and Business Restrictions to China Businesses, Clients and Counterparties: Why You Should Use a Customer Assurance of Compliance

Critical Guidance on Rapidly Developing Issues Including:

  • How to Perform Effective Sanctions Screening on Chinese Persons and Entities
  • Overview of Regulatory Landscape for China Trade & Sanctions
  • Resolving Complex Due Diligence Challenges on Existing and New Opportunities
  • How the New China Blocking Statute Will Affect Your Organization
  • Communicating Sanctions and Business Restrictions to Your Businesses, Clients and Counterparties in China

Get Practical Insights from Senior In-House Executives:

  • ABB
  • American Eagle Outfitters
  • Bank of China
  • BNP Paribas
  • Micron
  • Standard Chartered Bank

Top Reasons to Attend:

  • Hear from Expert Speakers from US, UK and China
  • Gain a Better Understanding of the Risks When Doing Business with China
  • Network with Your Sanctions Peers
  • Stay Current with this Rapidly Changing Area
  • Discuss the Latest Regulatory and Enforcement Landscape
ACCREDITATION

Accreditation will be sought in those jurisdictions requested by the registrants which have continuing education requirements. This course is identified as non-transitional for the purposes of CLE accreditation. Learn More