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OFSI blogs about the end of the (transition) world

Get ready for the end of the transition period Posted by: OFSI, Posted on: 1 December 2020 – Categories: Compliance, Financial sanctions, Financial sanctions regime, Implementation, UK   From 11:00pm on 31 December 2020, there will be changes to the UK’s sanctions framework. After the transition period ends, the UK will no longer apply EU sanctions regulations and all sanctions […]

The Art of (Economic) War

My new article, Gaming Out Sanctions Risk, was published today on RegulationAsia.com. It’s also now on my Publications page. It was a slog to write (pretty dense subject), but I think it’s a good topic. Oh, what is that topic? Adapting the war gaming model to anticipate and plan responses […]

Once more into the breach…

Episode of Mr. Watchlist’s DesigNation is here (M4A format – apparently getting GarageBand songs into MP3 is a bit of a chore) – trying to make this better produced (still waiting on a decent mic), and tighter content (less incoherent rambling by yours truly). This one clocks in around 13 […]

And a blog post to go with it all…

OFSI publishes latest blog OFSI has posted a new blog on the subject of the UK’s Global Human Rights sanctions regime – the UK’s first autonomous sanctions regime under the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018 (the Sanctions Act). This blog provides key information you may need when implementing financial sanctions for this […]

Another thing that just landed in my inbox…

From Finanstilsynet, the Danish Financial Services Authority… Links regarding Money laundering On this page you will find links to a number of important websites that provide additional guidance and information on combating money laundering and terrorist financing and financial sanctions against countries and / or individuals, groups of legal entities, bodies, […]

I do have a day job, you know…

So, I wrote (for our brand spanking-new blog) about the US’ Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and why it favored larger firms. Also, maybe how it could be fixed for the next round of funding. Given that Shake Shack felt guilty about their $10MM and returned it (since they were able […]