Following a meeting of the G7 Summit Leaders, on May 19, 2023, the United States and the United Kingdom announced a new round of sanctions and export controls against the Government of the Russian Federation (“Russia”) to continue their efforts against key sectors of Russia’s military-industrial base.
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Key Lessons Learned as UK’s AML Regulator Shows its Teeth
By Nicola Phillips, Carlton Greene & Erik Woodhouse on
Only four months after the the United Kingdom’s Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) issued a £20.47 million penalty against Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) for alleged violations of the U.K.’s Ukraine- and Russia-related sanctions (see our alert here), another bank is in the news for regulatory breaches. This time it is the London…
Profiteering in the U.K. and the Pandemic: Navigating Fluctuating Markets and Erratic Supply Chains
By Nicola Phillips, Robert Weekes & Laurence Winston on
Posted in Coronavirus, Supply Chain, U.K. Trade Policy
We are in extraordinary times.
Businesses are having to adapt, fire-fight and problem-solve like never before. Markets are fluctuating in ways that were totally unforeseeable six months ago and sometimes only days ago. Most companies are now operating in an entirely new world of demand behaviours, supply chain constraints and pricing practices.