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Short Notice: Sanctions & Anti-Corruption & Bribery seminar in Tasmania next Wednesday



The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, together with the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry invite you to a seminar on Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC) for Business.

Corruption is a global phenomenon which presents a particularly significant risk to businesses operating in developing countries. This seminar will explore:

·         Developments in Australian anti-corruption legislation and the extra-territorial reach of Australian laws and cooperation with international partners

·         How DFAT can help business minimise and manage corruption issues and risks overseas

·         Practical guidance and tips on how to protect yourself, your business and your employee interests


Presented by Tamsin Bendeler-Cartledge, lawyer with the Transnational Crime Section at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. 

Australian sanctions laws implement United Nations Security Council sanctions regimes and Australian autonomous sanctions regimes. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade administers Australia’s sanctions regimes.

Jack Williams, a member of DFAT’s Sanctions team, will be providing an overview of Australia’s sanctions laws, including the process for applying for sanctions permits.





Wednesday 28 November



 309 Liverpool Street
 *Please note – only street parking available

This a free presentation which would be highly valuable to businesses operating in the international trade and inward and outward investment areas. 

Register now! 

To register or for any enquiries please email or call 6238 4098.



Sanctions Section

Transnational and Sea Law Branch
Legal Division

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Phone +61 2 6261 3830 | DFAT Sanctions website | DFAT Consolidated List

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