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Jeremy Paner

Of Counsel

975 F Street NW, Suite 900, Washington, DC 20004

Jeremy Paner is a former Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) official with over a decade of experience handling complex economic and trade sanctions matters.  He leverages his sophisticated governmental and private sector experience to deliver legal and risk analysis for strategic business planning, in addition to compliance and enforcement mitigation advice. 

Jeremy counsels and represents U.S. and foreign businesses in a wide range of industries on compliance with economic and trade sanctions, anti-money laundering (AML), anti-corruption, and export control regulations.  He has extensive experience with all issues arising from OFAC licensing, compliance, and enforcement matters, as well as the designation and de-listing process.  He has been cited by the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Compliance Week, and ACAMS MoneyLaundering.com for his insights into sanctions and AML developments.  

Jeremy represents clients under investigation by the government and conducts independent internal investigations of potential violations of law and prepares voluntary self-disclosures of apparent violations that minimize potential exposure to civil and criminal penalties.

Jeremy regularly obtains favorable specific licenses and interpretive guidance from OFAC on complex areas of regulatory compliance.  These licenses permit transactions that would otherwise be prohibited by law.  As part of his practice, Jeremy also drafts sanctions compliance policies and procedures and provides accompanying employee training. 

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