UN flags complianceInternational sanctions are a complex, high risk and ever changing mix of law, policy, economics, and international relations. As a consequence, it can be very difficult to keep up with ever changing legal and political developments, which can impact the leverage of new opportunities as well as working compliantly with the many challenges they present to global businesses.

Please click here for sanctions jurisdictions from around the globe, plus links to team members who specialise in this area.


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