Global Roundtable: The Rise of Corruption and Human Rights Sanctions
The recent rise in the adoption of global human rights sanctions and anti-corruption regimes has led to prominent debates across the world. Increasingly broad in scope, these sanctions introduce new risk considerations that expand supply chains, global trade, international finance and geo-political factors. In collaboration with the Atlantic Council’s GeoEconomics Center, we will host a virtual Global Roundtable discussion to examine the implications arising from the growth of such new measures. Participants will be able to take part in the conversation through use of the live Q&A function.
- Join a global discussion on the rise and context of corruption and human rights sanctions.
- Perspectives will be shared from across the world on the nature and implications of these new measures.
- Discussions will examine how the evolving scope of such sanctions is influencing current approaches to sanctions compliance and business risk exposure.