Popular on eTradeWire

Similar on eTradeWire

OFAC, Global Affairs Canada to speak at Canadian Forum on Global Economic Sanctions in Toronto in TWO WEEKS

eTradeWire News/10536013
Global Economic Sanctions Forum I Oct. 2-3, 2019 I Toronto, Canada
Gain current information and insights from Senior Government Officials (OFAC, Global Affairs Canada) and other leading sanctions experts on global economic sanctions

TORONTO - eTradeWire -- Canadian Institute in conjunction with the American Conference Institute will host a 2-day comprehensive conference (October 2-3, 2019) on the most pressing issues affecting global economic sanctions compliance and enforcement. Topics to be covered include: US regulatory and enforcement priorities, new focus on sanctions compliance, Impact of OFAC shipping advisory, and country specific guidelines (Russia, Iran, Venezuela and Cuba).

Spotlight Keynote Speakers include:

Alison Cooper
Chief Blocked Assets Administration and Analysis Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)
US Treasury Department

Rouben Khatchadourian

More on eTradeWire News
Director General of the Trade Controls Bureau
Global Affairs Canada

Full agenda, speaker faculty, and downloadable brochure are available at www.canadianinstitute.com/CanadaSanctions


The Canadian Institute (CI) is the founding company of the global C5 Group. Canadian owned and operated, CI is responsible for the creation of over 1,700 conferences since its inception in 1985. Based in Toronto, we are both a conduit and stimulus to cutting edge thinking and market trend development. We act as a barometer for Canada's ever-evolving industrial and professional landscape, serving a vast array of sectors including Oil/Gas, Pharma/Healthcare, IT, Public Sector, Legal and Financial Services.


A unique organization, American Conference Institute is devoted to providing the business intelligence that senior decision-makers need to respond to challenges both her in the US and around the world.

Maria Romanova

Source: The Canadian Institute
Show All News | Report Violation

1000 characters max.