Along with our international partners, we advise clients on the implications of sanctions on specific transactions, develop and implement global compliance programs and training, as well as conduct internal investigations, manage relationships with regulators, and defend against criminal or civil litigation should the need arise.
Our recent experience has included advice in relation to sanctions on specific transactions across Africa, as well as an internal investigation and representation of a client in relation to the DOJ’s investigation into Huawei for breaches relating to sanctions imposed on Iran.
The implication of sanction on African transactions
Fulcrum Chambers is one of very few firms who have a real expertise in corporate white-collar defence and compliance processes. This comprehensive expertise allows them to provide a pragmatic, tailored advice to companies on compliance processes, as they are able to draw from their expertise in criminal defence.
Senior Regional Compliance Officer – Multinational Infrastructure Company
I felt they had a good relationship with the SFO and that there was considerable mutual respect between them.
Senior Executive – Multinational Engineering Company
More than two years on, people still talk about this gripping presentation and I am hugely grateful for the imaginative delivery which ensured the enduring embedding of our key compliance messages in the minds of our senior leadership team.
Chief of Staff, Multinational Aerospace Company
They got up to speed very quickly and were always very quick to respond…they listened to what I was saying and always acted in my best interests.
Head of International Group Function – Multinational Engineering Company
They supported and advised us implementing our legal strategy, relying on their thorough knowledge and deep experience in dealing with the SFO. They were always a source for new ideas and proposals when the situation so warranted and always provided effective advice and counsel.
Chief Compliance Officer – Multinational Transport Company
May 24 2021
In April 2021, the United Kingdom announced the introduction of the Global Anti-Corruption Sanctions Regime as part of the Magnitsky legislation. As part of the announcement, 22 individuals were…
Apr 9 2020
Corporate Crime analysis: Lucia Cabello, Solicitor at Fulcrum, considers the decision of the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (“OFSI”) to fine the UK bank Standard Chartered a total of…
Jun 4 2018
One of the effects of Brexit will be on the UK’s ability to impose and implement sanctions in order to comply with its obligations under the UN Charter and to update its anti-money…
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