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Sanctions Round Up: Second Quarter 2019
While this quarter saw no major developments in Russia sanctions programs, OFAC signaled its continued willingness to target Russian banks for assisting others evade US sanctions
Worldwide
25 Jul 2019
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Sanctions Round Up: First Quarter 2019
In this quarter, OFAC lifted sanctions on Rusal and other companies following divestment by Oleg Deripaska. Meanwhile, as Venezuela descends into economic and political crisis, the US targeted PdVSA and others to hasten regime change.
United States
4 Jun 2019
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Barney Reynolds Interviewed By Ian King Live On Sky News About Enhanced Equivalence
Partner Barnabas Reynolds, head of Shearman & Sterling's global Financial Institutions Advisory & Financial Regulatory practice, was interviewed by Ian King Live on Sky News about a U.K.-EU Brexit...
United States
12 Nov 2018
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Enhanced Equivalence In The Context Of Brexit
The U.K.-EU financial services Brexit discussions are focused on refinements to the existing EU law concept of equivalence and how to make it work in the context of Brexit.
European Union
25 Oct 2018
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Free Trade In UK-EU Financial Services – How Best To Structure A Brexit Free Trade Deal
There is little doubt about what would be the best picture for UK-EU free trade in financial services after Brexit.
European Union
19 Oct 2018
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Sanctions Round Up: Third Quarter 2018
US sanctions against Russia remained front and center this quarter, with the Trump Administration imposing new measures in response to Russia's alleged involvement in biological attacks in the UK...
United States
18 Oct 2018
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The Ideal US-UK Free Trade Agreement
Partner Barnabas Reynolds (London-Financial Institutions Advisory & Financial Regulatory) was a speaker and panelist at the launch in London of a paper entitled "The Ideal US-UK Free Trade Agreement
Worldwide
24 Sep 2018
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Sanctions Round Up: Second Quarter 2018
This quarter, companies around the globe prepared to exit Iran-related business in the wake of U.S. sanctions snap-back.
Worldwide
19 Jul 2018
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The Sanctions And Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018: New Challenges In Sanctions Compliance?
The Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act received Royal Assent on 23 May 2018. Although the sanctions-related provisions of the Act are not yet in force, they will give the government...
UK
5 Jun 2018
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President Trump Announces US Withdrawal From JCPOA
President Trump announced today the United States' withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and initiated plans to re-impose nuclear-related sanctions that had been suspended under the terms...
United States
11 May 2018
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Continuity Of Contracts And Business On A "Hard" Brexit: Human Rights And Reverse Solicitation To The Rescue!
Various industry bodies and regulators, including the Bank of England and Bafin, have recently raised fears that there will be a cliff edge on Brexit for certain types of financial contract...
European Union
7 Nov 2017
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Sanctions Round Up: Third Quarter 2017
On August 2, 2017 President Trump signed into law the "Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act," which imposes new sanctions against Russia, North Korea, and Iran.
Worldwide
19 Oct 2017
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Sanctions Round Up: First Half 2017
The first six months of the Trump Administration saw several notable developments for US sanctions, with particular implications for Russia and Iran.
United States
20 Jul 2017
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Sanctions Round Up: Fourth Quarter 2016 And President Donald J. Trump
In the fourth quarter of 2016 and continuing up to the eve of Inauguration Day in January, the Obama Administration continued to pursue its policies, lifting the economic and financial sanctions against Burma and Sudan.
United States
10 Feb 2017
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Brexit: UK Supreme Court Holds That An Act Of Parliament Is Necessary To Trigger Brexit Negotiations
The Supreme Court has upheld the High Court's decision in Miller v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union.
UK
1 Feb 2017
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Ramifications Of US Election For International Sanctions
Yesterday's election has significant implications for international sanctions, particularly with respect to Iran, Cuba, and Russia.
United States
15 Nov 2016
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Brexit: A Financial Free Zone Within The City
The UK Government recently indicated that it intends to negotiate a unique EU-UK relationship post-Brexit.
UK
21 Sep 2016
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Brexit: Significant Opportunities For A Regulatory Reboot
The UKs vote to leave the European Union has triggered a change in the political climate and in the way banks and financial markets participants are likely to be regulated in the region.
UK
21 Sep 2016
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Brexit And Other Key Issues For CFOs And Corporate Treasurers
On June 23, 2016, the UK electorate voted to leave the European Union in an advisory Referendum.
United States
14 Jul 2016
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Brexit: Issues For Financial Businesses
Today, it was announced that the UK public has voted to leave the European Union. There will now be a negotiation of a new relationship between the UK and Europe.
UK
11 Jul 2016
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