FinCEN Decries Venezuela’s Attempt to Circumvent Sanctions

Professor of Law : Georgetown University, and Director, Institute of International Economic Law

FinCEN Decries Venezuela’s Attempt to Circumvent Sanctions

FinCEN criticizes Venezuela’s Attempt to Circumvent Sanctions, Chris Brummer comments
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The U.S. Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has issued an updated advisory to warn financial institutions of continued widespread public corruption in Venezuela. This is part of an ongoing effort by United States to isolate the Maduro regime who recently lost a popular election but has refused to leave office thus inciting many countries to criticize the emerging dictator.  The story is here.

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Fintech goes Minilateral

Professor of Law : Georgetown University, and Director, Institute of International Economic Law

Fintech goes Minilateral

Chris Brummer discusses fintech and how it is affecting our world
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Fintech is one of the most recent sectors to enter the world of minilateral regulation--and is subject to informal rules (soft law), agreements by narrow alliances of regulators, and business plans intending to provide alternatives to the U.S. dollar.  But even as such,  regulators face a number of key challenges.  Georgetown University professor Chris Brummer breaks down this rapidly evolving field, and explains how.

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