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Established in 1995, CRDF Global is an independent nonprofit organization that promotes safety, security, and sustainability through international development and foreign assistance missions in over 120 countries. We are a recognized leader in strategic capacity-building programs that combine technical expertise with flexible, locally driven solutions across the areas of CBRNE security and nonproliferation, global health, strategic trade controls, cybersecurity, innovation, food security, and international professional exchanges.
The FTI Consulting Export Controls and Sanctions practice is a truly global practice that operates seamlessly across all jurisdictions and industries to provide timely, comprehensive and practical advice. We help our clients navigate the complexity of export controls and sanctions compliance by simplifying them into manageable, actionable, and auditable internal controls. Our consultants provide insight into the possible interpretations of new sanctions based on foreign policy and national security priorities. We help clients comply with export controls and sanctions laws by carrying out due diligence, preparing licenses and licensing strategies, designing risk models using advanced data analytics, developing practical policies and procedures, and crafting training programs that correspond to the culture and risk-proﬁle of their business.
Since its founding in 1888, Hughes Hubbard & Reed has prioritized commitment to its clients and the ability to mobilize talents around the world as quickly as possible. Today, Hughes Hubbard strikes a balance between scale and agility, allowing the firm to tackle its clients’ largest and most complex matters while adapting to an ever-changing market.
Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP Sanctions, Export Controls, and Anti-Money Laundering practice group advises companies around the world on all types of trade compliance matters, including government licensing, compliance programs, disclosures, enforcement matters (civil and criminal), due diligence in connection with mergers and acquisitions, and audits. With a strong presence in Paris and in Washington, D.C., Hughes Hubbard & Reed effectively stay abreast of new developments in these critical areas, particularly in the European Union and the United States, and maintain ongoing contact with the relevant regulators.
— Compliance program development;
— Risk assessments;
— Investigations and remediation assistance;
— Historical transactional look-backs;
— KPMG Trade Management on Demand that enables our clients to focus on high-priority items, while we perform day-to-day sanctions management work; and
— Restricted Party Screening system optimization and “hit” resolution
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We use the power of data and advanced analytics to help our customers make better, timelier decisions. Our innovative solutions enable organizations to manage risks like identity theft, fraud, money laundering and terrorism, and prevent financial crimes, and insurance and government benefit scams. We help those without traditional credit histories obtain access to funds, assist agencies to find uncollected revenue, and research ways to improve business outcomes for healthcare companies. We also work with law enforcement to solve crimes.
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Today, we continue to develop new ways of turning complex data into accessible insight across regulatory conformance, sanctions screening, trade compliance, tracking, monitoring, and ship security. Our solutions enable time-critical decisions and mitigate risk across all facets of maritime activity – protecting those engaged in maritime trade from rising regulatory scrutiny.