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Jun 23, 2020

Current Developments and Looking Ahead in AML and Sanctions

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CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS AND LOOKING AHEAD IN AML AND SANCTIONS 

 Webcast

Partners Reena Agrawal Sahni, Philip Urofsky and counsel Katherine Stoller hosted a webinar discussion on current developments in AML and sanctions, covering the following topics:

  • Even in challenging circumstances, enforcement agencies and regulators have been actively pursuing and settling AML and sanctions related cases
  • This panel will discuss some of the recent settlements, including trends in resolution terms, commitments, and penalties
  • Of particular focus will be cross-border investigations and coordination among regulators, enforcement actions against individuals, and FinCEN priorities
  • In addition, the panel will discuss the regulatory, enforcement and litigation risks for financial institutions around the current pandemic, including after-the-fact scrutiny of lending, monitoring and escalation of potential fraud and money laundering activity

 

If you have any questions regarding the materials, please do not hesitate to contact the presenters.

This webinar was the second in the webinar series Financial Services Regulation During a Disruption – Current Issues and Looking Ahead.

The next webinar in the series takes place on Thursday, June 25, Developments in Data Privacy and Data Ownership.

Previous webinar: Re-Opening and Extended Remote Work: Considerations for Banks and Broker-Dealers

Authors and Contributors

Reena Agrawal Sahni

Partner

Financial Institutions Advisory & Financial Regulatory

+1 212 848 7324

+1 212 848 7324

New York

Philip Urofsky

Partner

Litigation

+1 202 508 8060

+1 202 508 8060

Washington DC

Katherine J. Stoller

Counsel

Litigation

+1 212 848 5441

+1 212 848 5441

New York