Webcast: U.S. Economic Sanctions and BSA/AML Compliance for Banking Institutions: Recent Developments in Enforcement and Investigations
1.0 CLE / CPD Credit(s): CA – General; NY – Professional Practice / Practice Management; U.K.
September 13, 2012

Heightened government and regulatory scrutiny into the activities of U.S. and foreign financial institutions has increased focus on industry compliance with economic sanctions and BSA/AML statutes. In light of these developments, Davis Polk Litigation and Financial Institutions partners presented a live, one-hour, interactive webinar to discuss the series of high-profile investigations that have been brought by the U.S. Department of Justice, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, the Federal Reserve Board and other banking supervisors, and the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), as well as related stories that have dominated headlines this summer.

Topics include a review of key regulatory requirements, potential penalties and outcomes facing financial institutions, tips for handling regulatory investigations, and possible future developments within the broader U.S. and international context.

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