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NED Forum Roundtable Event – Sanctions Update
March 24 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Join us for an interactive fireside discussion on what you need to know to safely navigate sanctions while conducting your important NED role(s).
Nin Ritchie, Group Partner at Collas Crill in the dispute resolution team with a strong sanctions practice that extends across transactional, advisory and contentious matters, and Stephen Rouxel, Head of Business at HSBC Asset Management Guernsey and Vice Chair of GIFA, will provide an update on the current Guernsey sanctions framework in light of the changes arising from the UK’s departure from the EU; and not least, the invasion of the Ukraine by Russia which has seen the landscape of sanctions evolve rapidly and in a way that hasn’t been seen before.
While the PRC have been working hard to engage with industry, the impact of getting your sanctions obligations wrong can have catastrophic consequences for firms, individuals and the Bailiwick of Guernsey.
The event is being held at on Friday 24 March 2023 at the offices of PwC, commencing at 12.30. If you wish to join, please REGISTER HERE.
Stephen Rouxel is the Managing Director of HSBC Asset Management on Guernsey which manages over 60+ investment funds or mandates on island totalling more than $22bln in AUM. Stephen is also Global Head of Investment Advisor Oversight for HSBC Asset Management. Stephen is the non executive Chair of HSBC UCITS AdvantEdge Plc and HSBC Private Markets GP SARL.
Prior to joining HSBC, Stephen held senior positions with State Street and the Butterfield Fulcrum Group and has UK fund experience with NatWest Trustee and Depository. Stephen is the Vice Chair of the Guernsey Investment Fund Association, sits on the Guernsey International Business executive and is the Finance Sector lead for the Guernsey Chamber of Commerce.
Nin Ritchie is a Group Partner in the Dispute Resolution team in Guernsey. She is a well established dispute resolution practitioner with a loyal client base comprising finance services businesses and those from other regulated sectors, spanning risk and regulatory, corporate disputes and contentious trust matters many of which have multi-jurisdictional/international elements.
Nin leads the cross-departmental risk and regulatory team to deliver a seamless offering to clients with complex and varied needs and is known for her work in regulatory compliance and enforcement, financial crime, risk and governance. Nin works closely with the Jersey based risk and regulatory team to ensure that clients with a presence across the Channel Islands are able to receive a blended Channel Islands service.