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Trade Finance — 'Documenting to Improve Regulatory Compliance'

Posted by Geoff Wynne on Oct 2, 2018 9:50:57 AM

I recently authored the article "Documenting to Improve Regulatory Compliance," published by Trade Finance.

In the article I look at how, in a world of ever increasing regulation, there might be some areas in trade finance documentation where parties can show they are addressing concerns and taking steps to protect their position against a review by Regulators of what they are doing. The article looks at the position under English law and in light of current and future UK regulations.

Published by Trade Finance in September 2018, the article is reproduced with kind permission from the publisher.

For further information on Regulatory Compliance in Trade Finance, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me on gwynne@sullivanlaw.com or your usual contact at the firm.

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