WEBINAR | Navigating the Sanctions Landscape at Sea: Managing Risks as a Maritime SME

With regulators now focussing on the wider maritime supply chain for sanctions policy enforcement, ensuring that you have an understanding of the current regulatory expectations is more important than ever. 

Join us for a free webinar where we will be discussing the increased regulatory focus on the maritime industry, how small to medium-sized companies within the supply chain are affected, what is required to implement a comprehensive sanctions compliance programme, and how to implement one.

Date: Tuesday, 9 February 2021

Time: 12PM - 1PM GMT 

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We encourage you to register even if you have a scheduling conflict, as a recording will be sent out to all those who have submitted registration details. 

Additional Information:

In May 2020, U.S. regulators released an advisory aimed at the maritime industry, making it clear that all entities must significantly improve their compliance programmes to avoid breaching U.S. sanctions. Closely following this, the UK released similar sanctions guidance, echoing OFAC’s key points.

“No company is too big, or too small, to fail.”

Now, there has never been a more pressing need to ensure that you have a comprehensive sanctions compliance programme in place. With the consequences of non-compliance ranging from reputational damage, to huge financial costs, staying on the right side of regulators is critical for future stability.

In this webinar, our two industry experts will be discussing:

  • The key areas of regulatory focus and how they expose you to risk
  • The recent changes in regulation and what they mean
  • Key elements of a robust sanctions compliance program and how to implement them 
  • Important technologies that can assist with regulatory exposure in maritime trade 

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