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How to Stay Up to Date with Sanctions & Export Controls Developments – Practical Tips: Website to Follow, Emails Alerts

If your organization is affected by Sanctions and Export Control Laws and Regulations, then you probably have a way of how to stay up-to-date with new trade restrictions or other measures impacting your organization.

There is a large amount of government institutions that publish new sanctions and export control related laws, regulations, guidance documents, licenses, etc., which you need to be aware of as soon as they are published.

If you want to implement important changes within your organization in a timely manner, you need to have direct access to the right source of these publications.

In this webinar we will discuss the most important sources to follow to be up-to-date with U.S, EU, and UK Sanctions Laws and Regulations.

We will have a look at the free websites of OFAC, BIS, and State/DTTC from the U.S perspective. To cover the EU perspective, we will have a look at the website of the European Commission, the EU Sanctions Map, and the EU Sanctions Tool. And for the UK perspective we will have a look at the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office’s website.

In addition to the official government websites, we will discuss which email alerts and newsletters you can sign up to, which publish Sanctions and Export Controls related news.

This webinar will help you to stay up-to-date with Sanctions & Export Controls Developments.

Duration: 75 minutes

Speakers:
Martijn Feldbrugge, Director | BSCN BV
Brian Gatta, Director | Sanctions Inc.
Tom Cornell, Associate | Debevoise & Plimpton

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

CSS Credits: 1

Date: Thursday, February 17, 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)

What you will learn:

  • How to Stay Up-To-Date with Sanctions and Export Control Laws and Regulations
  • How to read the relevant free government websites
  • Which email alerts to sign up to
  • Practical tips how to implement required changes within your organization

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Martijn Feldbrugge

Director

BSCN BV

Martijn Feldbrugge, Director of BSCN BV (Business & Sanctions Consulting Netherlands) studied business administration (finished 2005) and has worked for various Financial Institutions for more then 20 years. With a background in ICT, broad knowledge of the financial industry, strong analytical capabilities and the business administration education, he found and implemented solutions for complex situations. Since 2005, he setup and executed sanctions and export control compliance functions for two major Dutch financial institutions after they were being enforced by US authorities. In 2011 he founded BSCN, which supports financial and non-financial institutions and companies in developing and implementing policies, processes and procedures related to compliance, sanctions and export controls. BSCN also provides training on sanctions and export controls, beside advising on specific sanctions and export control transactions/issues. He is valued by the Clients for his enthusiasm, his analytical skills, his broad network and his out of the box views.

Brian Gatta

Director

Sanctions Inc.

Brian is a Director and founder of Sanctions Inc., home of the TURBOFAC (sanctions.org) suite of post-screening sanctions solutions. Brian’s principal focus is on the maintenance and advancement of the TURBOFAC U.S. Sanctions Guided Interview System and the TURBOFAC Comprehensive U.S. Sanctions Research System and Encyclopedia. Brian’s work in creating and maintaining TURBOFAC entails the thorough review and annotation of every consequential statement attributable to OFAC, in addition to the transformation of the entirety of the OFAC-administered sanctions architecture into a single, multiple-choice “guided interview” program.

Prior to his work at Sanctions Inc., Brian spent over a decade as an attorney practicing in the international trade groups of large law firms. Brian graduated with honors from Columbia Law School in 2007.

Tom Cornell

Associate

Debevoise & Plimpton

Tom practises as an associate in Debevoise & Plimpton’s London office. His practice focuses on complex international litigation and advice, with a particular emphasis on public international law and sanctions.

Tom is the co-author of ‘Sanctions Law’, which was published in January 2019 with a view to providing an accessible overview of sanctions law across a number of different jurisdictions. He has continued to write regularly on sanctions developments, and taught a sanctions module as part of the undergraduate law course at Lund University, Sweden.

Prior to joining Debevoise, Tom practised as a barrister and was Judicial Assistant to the Rt. Hon. Lord Dyson MR at the Court of Appeal for Easter and Trinity terms 2015. Tom also worked as a Visiting Professional at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.