Wednesday, September 15, 2021 at 11.00 EDT • 16.00 CEST • 21.00 ICT
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The volume of cross-border transactions has never been higher. The second half of 2020 saw the biggest half-year jump on record in cross-border M&A compared with the first half of the year. With a surplus of accumulated capital beginning to be deployed worldwide, demands to address deal-related compliance risks are likely to increase.
Corporate counsel plays a key role in addressing concerns about national security, corruption, money laundering, technology transfers, and economic sanctions. As their cross-border businesses grow, they are challenged to ensure compliance with anti-bribery, anti-corruption, anti-money-laundering, and anti-boycott statutes, conform to sanctions regimes and customs, export and import controls, and concurrently mitigate fraud risks and control deal-related costs.
This Globalaw webinar will help clients identify business and legal risks in cross-border transactions, understand best practices in pre-transaction due diligence and post-transaction compliance, and effectively conduct an internal investigation or defend and manage a government investigation.
Speakers will include:
- Jonathan Osborne, Gunster (Moderator)
- Milton Vescovacci, Gunster
- Robert Soza, Jr., Jackson Walker
- Nathan Hill, Gunster
- Bernardo Viana, Almeida Advogados
JW & Globalaw
As a founding member of Globalaw, one of the world’s top 10 legal networks, Jackson Walker has been extensively involved with the organization since its inception. Membership in Globalaw empowers us to bridge the gap between our clients and their market-specific needs. With 89 independent law firms and more than 4,000 lawyers in 76 countries, Globalaw provides the global reach you need from the local firm you trust. For more information about Jackson Walker’s involvement in the Globalaw network, visit our Globalaw page.