Wynne’s Words: Pointers for trade finance in 2016

2016 is set to be a year of change. Trade sanctions on Iran have been suspended; those on Russia, on the contrary, have been extended for another six months. Compliance regulations are more stringent than ever, limiting banks’ ability to trade. Geoff Wynne, partner at law firm Sullivan & Worcester, gives TXF’s Hesham Zakai a few words of advice about how to navigate the complex legal landscape of trade in 2016.

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