Sanctions compliance is increasingly complex: events in the past 12 months have triggered rapid developments in sanctions regimes in Canada and across the globe. When there is little guidance from Global Affairs Canada (GAC), how can businesses navigate the patchwork of statutes and regulations? What should Canadians do if a counterparty becomes the subject of economic sanctions? And how can you reduce your sanctions risk profile?
In this episode, we are joined by Stephen Nattrass and welcome back Alison FitzGerald who share their insights on what all these changes mean for Canadians. Stephen is a partner in our Ottawa office and head of the regulations and investigations team in Canada. Stephen’s practice focuses on a variety of international trade, regulatory and economic sanctions matters. Alison is a partner in our Ottawa office whose practice focuses on international trade, investment and international arbitration.
CPD credits: This episode is accredited for 0.5 Substantive hours in Ontario and 0.5 Substantive hours in British Columbia.
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