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Doing Business in Sanctions "No Man's" Land

Changes and potential changes in economic sanctions on Iran and Cuba present significant risk management and compliance issues.

Thank you for your interest in our webcast, "Doing Business in Sanctions 'No Man's' Land," that was presented by Thomson Reuters and Holland & Knight LLP on Thursday, October 8, 2015. Please follow the links below to access the webcast recording, presentation slides and additional resources related to this topic.

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Expert Talk: Sanctions Laws Challenge Compliance for Firms in North America

This Expert Talk article discusses how sanctions laws are challenging compliance programs for firms in the U.S. and Canada.

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Blog: Are Your Portfolio Aircraft Flying to Havana?

(7/1/2015) - President Obama's easing of sanctions on Cuba earlier this year have expanded opportunities for U.S. citizens to travel to Cuba and more U.S. airlines and charter operators are now flying (or planning to start flying) to Cuba.

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International Trade Alert: The Impact of Iran Accord on International Business

(7/15/2015) - Actual implementation of sanctions changes are likely several months away. However, even after implementation, most of the prohibitions on U.S. companies doing business directly or indirectly with Iran and Iranian entities will remain in place

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International Trade Alert: U.S. Imposes Further Sanctions on Russia and the Crimea Region

(12/24/2014) - President Obama's Executive Order mainly targets the activities of U.S. persons.

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Sanctions Solutions by Thomson Reuters

Understanding sanction risk is the key to staying ahead of regulators. Depending in which jurisdiction your organization is active, you may be obliged to comply with the requirements of multiple sanctions regimes. Some jurisdiction requirements may also apply without an organization having an actual presence in that region.

In an ever-evolving and complex sanction landscape organizations need to be able to identify where the real risks lie. Thomson Reuters monitors regulatory changes across all regions and publishes updates. Working across all time zones ensures that all our sanction and watch list data is up-to-date.

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