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Posts Tagged: Sanctions

Sanction this post

Sanctions are having a moment. The word has become synonymous with the war in Ukraine, and the complex legal mechanism has entered the mainstream vernacular. Compliance professionals need a nuanced understanding of international laws and regulations.Continue Reading

Switzerland adopts historic sanctions against Russian individuals and entities

A previous post discussed the potential scenarios that Swiss individuals and entities, including foreign subsidiaries located in Switzerland, could face should new sanctions target specific Russian Federation individuals and entities. Last Monday, the Swiss Government adopted, with immediate effect, a new sanction regime against certain Russian Federation individuals and entities.… Continue Reading

ISO 20022 will change sanctions compliance forever

The market infrastructure that supports cross-border payments has scarcely changed since 1977, when SWIFT launched a messaging service with standardized codes and instructions for payment communications between members. However, big developments are coming.… Continue Reading