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CIN, CNAS to address challenges in sanctions compliance, cryptocurrency


Stacked cryptocurrency coins (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoins). Photo; gettyimages

Plans are underway by the Compliance Institute Nigeria (CIN), in partnership with the Centre for a New American Security (CNAS), to address challenges in sanctions compliance and implementation update on cryptocurrency.
The duo, a coalition of global compliance professionals and business leaders, said the move was pertinent for policymakers across the continent to look into sanctions implementation update and carefully adopt measures to create enabling environment for the compliance industry to thrive post-COVID-19.
The three-week web summit, the group said, would provide an overview of significant developments on sanctions since August 2019, including new sanctions developments; new trends in sanctions evasion in the use of cryptocurrency, trends drawn from the United Nations Panel of Experts Reports; and compliance best practices.
The 2020 CIN-CNAS webinar series slated for 11th to 25th September, is themed, “Sanctions Implementation Update”.
The sessions would address germane contemporary issues and relevant case studies, with panellists, including, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Peter Harrell, and Director, Ashley Feng, at the Energy, Economics, and Security programme, CNAS; President, CIN, Pattison Boleigha; Vice President at Albright Stonebridge Group, John Hughes, among others.

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