Law Society seeks sanctions practitioners to join Money Laundering Task Force
We are seeking two sanctions practitioners to join our Money Laundering Task Force. Practitioners help strengthen our ability to respond to developments in financial sanctions policy and legislation, to provide guidance to firms, and to support our interaction with the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI).
The task force is a highly-regarded committee of the Society, and leads on AML policy and other aspects of financial crime. It usually meets four or five times a year at Chancery Lane, but much of its work is carried out via email.
Candidates should have an understanding of the professional challenges posed by advising on international financial sanctions, including asset freezes and access to financial markets, and the practical implications for law firms of OFSI licensing and reporting obligations.
Appointment is through application. If you would like an application form, please contact Einat Sohar.
The closing date for applications is 9 February.
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