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Date Range: 7/17/2012 to 7/17/2012
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Understanding the Global Regulatory Environments
The Payments Institute
Pillsbury partner Deborah Thoren-Peden will present "Understanding the Global Regulatory Environments" at the NACHA Payments Institute on July 17. Ms. Thoren-Peden's global payments program introduces your organization to unique regulatory and compliance requirements. In addition to U.S. payment system rules and regulations, organizations offering or using international payments must understand applicable requirements that govern payment activity in the geographic locations where they do business. This course examines rules, regulations, and jurisdictions, and implications to liabilities and responsibilities, privacy and security, and interdiction, as well as top-line concepts and country-specific aspects. Anti-Money Laundering (AML), anti-terrorist financing, global law enforcement, and the role and mandates of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), and the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) are all reviewed, helping students navigate the global regulatory labyrinth by using available tools and methods to preserve compliance.
AAMA Founders Speaker Series: An Evening with Charles Huang, Co-Founder of RedOctane and Co-Creator of Guitar Hero & In Sik Rhee, General Partner of Rembrandt Venture Partners and Co-Founder of Opsware
Kim Tung of Pillsbury's China practice will lead a discussion in which Charles Huang and In Sik Rhee, share their experiences, views, and insights on technology and the economic environment, past, present, and future.
Commercializing Small Modular Reactors 2012
for Domestic and International Markets
Renaissance Dupont Circle Hotel
Helen Cook and Elina Teplinsky are moderators on the panel discussion entitled, "Dealing with Multi-Agency Scrutiny in Export Controls Compliance" at the Conference on Commercialising Small Reactors on July 17, 2012 in Washington, DC.