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Intersection of Anti-Corruption and Bribery with Sanctions and AML programs

Sanctions are an evolving tool us foreign policy used by governments and multi-national bodies to affect change in behavior and impose penalties for a variety of activities. Policy makers continue to explore new uses for and targets of sanctions prohibitions. On June 3, 2021, the Biden Administration announced that fighting corruption was a core U.S. national security interest and announced its intent to fight illicit finance. Later that month, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network incorporated corruption as the first area of concern referenced in its Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism National Priorities. Sanctions programs administered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control may target corruption as part of a larger crisis (i.e., Venezuela) or may target corruption in its own right through the Global Magnitsky Sanctions Program. In the UK, the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation maintains its own Global Anti-Corruption Sanctions program, which went into effect in 2021.

Just as the policy interests of various government regulators converge, design of an anti-financial crime compliance program should likewise emphasize interconnected risks related to corruption, sanctions, and money laundering. Teams dedicated to supporting topic-specific threats must partner with their colleagues across the second line to ensure appropriate issues are identified and acted upon. This session will outline developments with regard to Anti-Corruption initiatives by governments and provide key questions sanctions professionals should be asking of their own program and of their compliance colleagues.

Duration: 75 minutes

Speakers:
Monica MacGregor, Managing Director, Global Financial Crimes Compliance | Treliant
Kimberly Parker, Partner | WilmerHale
Ronald Meltzer, Senior Counsel | WilmerHale
Sean M. Thornton, Head of Legal Financial Security (US) | BNP Paribas

Moderator: Alexander Witt, Sanctions & Export Controls Consultant, ACSS

CSS Credits: 1

Date: Thursday, February 03, 2022

Time: 12:00 PM – 01:15 PM New York (EST)

05:00 PM – 06:15 PM London (GMT)

06:00 PM – 07:15 PM Amsterdam (CET)

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Monica MacGregor

Managing Director, Global Financial Crimes Compliance

Treliant

Monica MacGregor is a senior professional with over 20 years of experience specializing in the areas of Anti-Money Laundering (AML), sanctions, anti-corruption, the investigation of international financial crimes, and global risk management. She has excelled in the management of high-stakes criminal, civil, and internal cross-border investigations and is an expert in navigating and mitigating the challenges posed by doing business in a broad spectrum of high-risk jurisdictions and industries.

Mónica’s expertise and role as a trusted advisor is derived from her experience in all angles of regulatory compliance. During her career as an external expert, Mónica has assisted various governmental agencies with the investigation and prosecution of systemic compliance deficiencies and other white-collar criminal matters. She has similarly had the opportunity to assist a number of blue-chip clients across a wide variety of industries with the design and implementation of risk-based compliance programs and/or the remediation of deficiencies in the face of actual or foreseen regulatory action. Mónica has also served as a senior in-house compliance officer. Her fluency in English, Spanish, and French and proficiency in Portuguese have allowed her to work in many countries designing cross-border compliance programs and successfully managing their global implementation, while providing on-the-ground training and ensuring that underlying systems have been effectively integrated enterprise-wide.

Kimberly A. Parker

Partner

WilmerHale

KIMBERLY A. PARKER is a partner at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr in Washington. Ms. Parker co-leads the firm’s Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and Anti-Corruption Practice. She has represented companies and individuals in a variety of FCPA enforcement matters, including Panasonic in its April 2018 FCPA settlement involving conduct in the Middle East and Asia, defense company Armor Holdings in its July 2011 FCPA settlement involving conduct related to the United Nations, oil driller Helmerich & Payne in its July 2009 FCPA involving payments to customs officials in Argentina and Venezuela, and the Titan Corporation in its landmark 2005 FCPA case. She has conducted internal investigations in the United States, Asia, Africa, Europe, and Latin America. She regularly counsels clients on FCPA compliance, assists in developing and conducting FCPA training and compliance programs, and conducts anti-corruption due diligence and risk assessments. In addition to co-authoring several articles on the FCPA, Ms. Parker is a co-author of a leading treatise in the field, Complying with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Ms. Parker is ranked for FCPA work in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers in Business.

Ronald Meltzer

Senior Counsel

WilmerHale

Ronald Meltzer’s practice focuses on compliance and enforcement matters relating to US export controls and economic sanctions. His work includes due diligence reviews, transaction advice, licensing, corporate compliance programs, regulatory audits, voluntary disclosures and enforcement cases. Mr. Meltzer has extensive experience dealing with the US Department of State, US Department of Commerce and OFAC on these matters. Mr. Meltzer also represents clients in customs and trade remedy cases and provides advice on Foreign Agents Registration Act requirements.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Meltzer was a professor at the State University of New York at Buffalo, where he published widely in the fields of US foreign economic relations, national security and international trade law. He previously worked on trade matters in the office of the Secretary of Commerce and for former Senator Bill Bradley, and has taught at the MARA Institut Teknologi in Malaysia and at American University’s School of International Service. Mr. Meltzer is a member of the Washington Council of Human Rights First and the Washington Leadership Board of the State University of New York at Buffalo Law School.

Sean M. Thornton

Head of Legal Financial Security (US)

BNP Paribas

Sean M. Thornton is Managing Director and Head of Legal Financial Security (U.S.) for the global financial group BNP Paribas. He leads a team of U.S.-based lawyers who advise on economic sanctions, anti-money laundering, anti-bribery and corruption, and related topics. From 2005 to 2012, Sean was the Chief Counsel of the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”). He has also practiced law at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom and at Willkie Farr & Gallagher. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Georgetown University Law Center.