European Conference on Global Economic Sanctions and Export Controls – Highlights and Key Topics

April 23, 2021 By: Benoit Beaulieu, ACSS Reporter The ACSS held its inaugural European conference on global economic sanctions and export controls last month, discussing Brexit, the E.U., the...

Compliance on the High Seas: Dissecting OFAC’s Maritime Shipping Advisories To-Date

February 22, 2020 By: Benoit Beaulieu, ACSS Reporter In accordance with sanction regimes targeting Syria’s Assad regime, North Korea, and Iran, maritime shipping has been a point of focus for...

ACSS Reaches Out to Global Maritime Shipping Communities in Greece and Panama

August 19, 2020 By: Saskia Rietbroek, Executive Director, ACSS After the U.S. government issued its Sanctions Advisory for the Maritime Industry in May 2020 (the ‘Maritime Advisory’), with...

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A Tough Cop in a Bad Neighborhood: Singapore’s Sanctions Regimes, Regulatory Authorities, and Areas of Concern for International Business

A Tough Cop in a Bad Neighborhood: Singapore’s Sanctions Regimes, Regulatory Authorities, and Areas of Concern for International Business

March 2, 2020 By: Jack Walsh, Content Writer, ACSS From a regulatory perspective, Singapore is an intriguing case study.  On the one hand, the country is a financial and transportation hub for a region that is rife with transnational security...

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