The European Certified Compliance Professional programme (ECCP) aims to provide experienced compliance professionals with the required know-how and skills to deal with current compliance risks and challenges. The programme consists … Read more
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We are expecting the EU Commission to publish the amended EU Dual-Use Regulation (EC 428/2009) in the coming weeks. This means that changes will be made to the list of dual-use items (Annex 1 to the EU Dual-Use regulation) following agreements with the different international export control regimes.
The EU Commission has earlier published an overview of the expected changes to the list of the EU Dual-Use items. In addition, the Commission also provides a detailed overview of all technical changes compared to the 2017 EU Dual-Use control list across all 10 categories.
Links to both documents can be found below:
We will keep you updated accordingly. #exportcontrols #exportcompliance #dualuseregulation
In the third quarter of 2018 the AFM will investigate compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Act (Wwft). In August several service providers will receive a request for information and have to present client files for review. The responses to the request for information and the client files may trigger cause for further investigation of the service providers. https://lnkd.in/esRNbiG
Are you doing business with Russia?On 8th Aug 2018, the US Department of State issued a press statement explaining that the US Government will impose new sanctions on Russia for the use of a “Novichok” nerve agent in an attempt to assassinate UK citizen Sergei Skripal and Yulia Skripal based on CBW Act.
What are the impacts of CBW Act?
- Broad US export and import bans
- Prohibitions on US banks loaning money to the Russian Government
- Suspension on air transportation to and from the United States for air carriers directly or indirectly owned by the Russian Government)
- Termination of foreign aid assistance
Sanctions against Russia by OFAC have secondary consequences for financial institutions. In case of facilitation of significant transactions for or on behalf of SDN-listed persons, the facilitating bank may lose … Read more
The recent Danske bank scandal, particularly the activities of its Latvian branch, has made European Union to take concrete actions. On 10 December 2018, EU foreign ministers discussed a Dutch … Read more
Iran faces re-imposition of sanctions following the 180 day wind-down period which ended on 4 November 2018 due to the U.S. government re-imposed sanctions that were relieved pursuant to the … Read more
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