The Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies is delighted to invite you to a breakfast briefing on the future of sanctions against Iran.
Negotiators from France, China, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States are in the midst of tense negotiations with Iran over a comprehensive deal that would impose significant constraints on the Iranian nuclear programme in exchange for phased sanctions relief. Should such a deal be concluded in July, the result is likely to be a more nuanced and fluid sanctions environment, in which financial institutions will continue to have substantial obligations as well as a role in monitoring Iranian adherence to the agreement.
This briefing will assess developments in the negotiations, explore their implications for the sanctions regime, and consider present and future compliance challenges.
To discuss this issue, we are delighted to welcome Dr Jonathan Brewer, Member of the UN Panel of Experts on Iran Established Pursuant to Resolution 1929 (2010) and Ms Andrea Berger, Senior Research Fellow, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy at the Royal United Services Institute.
Coffee and pastries will be available from 0800.