Economic Sanctions After Brexit: What Roles Should the Public and Private Sector Play?​

Keynote Remarks
Ambassador Daniel Fried
Distinguished Fellow
Atlantic Council

Sanctions development, implementation, and enforcement after Brexit – The View from the Government 

John Smith
Director, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)​
US Department of the Treasury

David McLean
Deputy Head, Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI)
HM Treasury

Andrew Keller
Hogan Lovells LLP

How can the private sector prepare for and contribute to the post-Brexit sanctions landscape?

Dorothy Bennett
Global Sanctions Director
JPMorgan Chase 

Kathleen Palma 
Counsel, International Trade Regulations

Neena Shenai
Principal Global Trade Counsel

Daniel Tannebaum
Partner – Financial Crimes Unit and Global Financial Services Sanctions Leader

Ajay Kuntamukkala
Hogan Lovells LLP

Please join the Atlantic Council’s Economic Sanctions Initiative and Georgetown's Institute of International Economic Law for a half-day conference discussing the impact of Brexit on the design, implementation, and enforcement of economic sanctions.

Cooperation across borders and sectors is vital for the success of current and future US and EU sanctions. Governments and the private sector on both sides of the Atlantic must find opportunities for improved coordination and cooperation on economic sanctions. The conference will cover a wide variety of pressing issues including the lessons learned from current sanctions regimes and the most promising mechanisms to alleviate business, legal, and reputational risk for the private sector.

We hope you can join us for this timely discussion. To RSVP, please click on the Register button above.

Light refreshments and beverages will be provided.

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Atlantic Council
1030 15th Street NW, 12th Floor (West Tower Elevator) 
Washington, DC 

This event is open to press and on the record.