The US President’s Annual Address to the UN Assembly, which takes place in September, should be followed closely by those looking at the wider Sanctions, strategic, domestic and foreign policy goals of the US Government.
As the entire US sanctions regime has integral money laundering offence types, when extra-territorial actions involving foreign firms are investigated by US agencies, it is highly likely that sanctions-related offences – which typically carry the highest penalties – are being scrutinised.
Iain Stewart to deliver opening remarks at The Launch of The Global Financial Centres Index 26 – Guildhall London
Interview with Iain Stewart for the InsightFinance Money Laundering Conference in Copenhagen 8-9 October 2019.
The concept of extra-territoriality goes to the ability of a sovereign state or regional actor to impose their policy measures on a cross-border basis – particularly where this relates to actions taken outside of their geographical jurisdiction.
9/11 and the “War on Terror” “… The unequivocal provocation which represented the 9/11 terror attacks affected 80 individual nations, in terms of victims amidst the unmitigated carnage.
Money laundering involves the deliberate cleaning up of the proceeds of crime. Increasingly this area has seen major developments in recent years in the terrorist financing and cyber space.
Outsider in Power: Will they tear down the existing model? What new model do they propose?