Sanctions in Action
Venue: Kuala Lumpur
|Event Date/Time: Aug 30, 2008||End Date/Time: Aug 31, 2008|
Sanctions in Action: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 30-31 October 2008
Doing business is more difficult than ever before: aside from economic and credit fears, rising costs of employment and skills shortages, quotas and trade restrictions, there is one area which is often overlooked until it's too late: the rapidly growing international sanctions regime.
Sanctions say what you cannot buy or sell, and who you cannot sell to or buy from. Sanctions say who your bankers can and cannot deal with, either directly or indirectly. Sanctions say who you are not able to refuse to deal with.
Sanctions range from controls on products to money movements, from countries to individuals and even named ships and companies.
Sanctions are imposed by countries or by international groups.
Sanctions are always politically driven, but sanctions have an effect on businesses outside the country that imposes them. They are used as an instrument of foreign policy, of control of criminal enterprises (including terrorism) and for trade purposes.
If you do trade, or if you finance or advise on trade, sanctions create a risk for you and / or your clients.
Sanctions apply to banks, insurance companies and others in financial services AND to trading companies in all manner of industries.
If you or your company breaches sanctions, then you might find that assets are frozen or even people are sent to jail.
The Financial Crime Forum in conjunction with The Chief Officers' Network presents "SANCTIONS IN ACTION," in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ...
This two day high-level conference for financial institutions and commercial concerns including trading companies and companies making investments overseas will explain what sanctions are, how they work, what risks your business faces, and some of the effects sanctions have.
The latest in The Financial Crime Forum's highly interactive events: Sanctions and their effect on your business.
This two day conference will address:
1) financial sanctions
2) trade sanctions
3) who makes sanctions
4) who do sanctions apply to
5) how can you find out what sanctions apply to your business?
6) what do you do if you find out that you have broken a sanction?
7) why sanctions made by foreign governments threaten your business interests in your own country.
8) what effect to sanctions have - case studies from those against whom sanctions have been applied
This highly prestigious event will include speakers from governments who have suffered sanctions, companies against whom sanctions have been imposed, from those who have inadvertently broken sanctions and from those who design and impose sanctions.
Don't miss this mission-critical event.
It could save your business.
Early bird before 1 September 2008: bookings must be made and paid for before early bird closing to qualify for this discounted price.
* Early bird single seat: GBP750
* Early bird multi seat (two or more on same booking, all pay the same): GBP600
+ After early bird single seat: GBP950
+ After early bird multi-seat (two or more on same booking, all pay the same): GBP800
See The Financial Crime Forum website at www.financialcrimeforum.com
This event is held in association with
The Chief Officers' Network at www.chiefofficers.net ; and
The Risk Professional at www.theriskprofessional.com