Delighted to be on the highly recommended reading list by InternationalLawMatters.com to read during the Corona Pandemic
The first use of the EU’s INSTEX to provide humanitarian medical aid to Iran involving Germany, France, UK. At first sight, this would seem to be an entirely laudable and well-meaning measure – and indeed it is – as Iran is in desperate straits in the aftermath of the Coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus rampages across markets which look to have been ill-prepared for the doomsday scenario that has been evident for so long.
Interview 17 February 2020 by QuayFM – Now available to listen to online
Coronavirus Chaos – China, US, Eurozone… Let’s wind the clock back to the Lehmans “moment”. Some $25-30TRN wiped off the global economy – estimated by Henry Liu at $34TRN peak losses in 2009 even on a very rudimentary scale. According to Liu, to get back to where we were pre-Global Financial Crisis (GFC) would require something […]
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Looking forward to interview 17 February 2020
FinTech solutions and funding are increasingly being used to circumvent US Sanctions – but the latest data on recent fines is not good news at all.
CROSS-BORDER SANCTIONS & AML featured in the prestigious Arabic publication Elaph
We predicted the inevitable US retreat from the JCPOA in Oct 2015 – and the dire consequences for commercial interests due to US sanctions. Iran’s frustrations have built up after JCPOA left Iran in a far worse position than before – abject EU.