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Compliance practices for Iran and Russia sanctions

Jaclyn Jaeger | November 14, 2017

Looming deadlines and decision points concerning Iran and Russia may portend changes in the implementation of existing sanctions, if not changes to the sanctions regimes themselves. How to manage these risks while still engaging in legitimate trade is a crucial compliance consideration. 

In a recent Compliance Week Webinar, sanctions experts Awith law firm Hughes Hubbard & Reed discussed strategies for how companies can draft compliance policies and manage commercial relationships to account for future developments in these and other programs.

Pertaining to Iran sanctions, the latest development occurred on Oct. 13, when President Trump announced that he was decertifying the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the Iran nuclear deal agreed to by President Obama last year. President Trump further said he would formally terminate U.S. participation in the deal if Congress...

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