Roundtable Discussion on the Trump Administration and Sanctions: First Three Months in Review
Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary, Counter Threat Finance and Sanctions, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs
US Department of State (Washington, DC)
Chief Democratic Counsel
Senate Foreign Relations Committee (Washington, DC)
Jonathan R. Thomas
Co-Head, Government Sanctions Group
Goldman, Sachs & Co. (New York, NY)
Director, Global Sanctions & Anti-Bribery and Corruption Compliance
Citi (Washington, DC)
Allen & Overy LLP (New York, NY)
- Will the Russia-related sanctions be repealed or will Congress be able to bind them? What does the February 2017 ‘limited exceptions’ for exporters mean in practice?
- Iran: how feasible is it to re-impose? To what extent can and will the Administration slow them down?
- Will Obama’s Executive Order on Sudan be repealed?
- What does Trump’s “business first” principles mean for Cuba? Will there be pressure on the island to give more if there is to be further liberalization?
- How will Europe react and what a increasingly divergent US/EU paradigm mean for your business