Sanctions in Myanmar 101

Please join AMCHAM Myanmar and Senior Vice-President Josh Shrager of Kharon, a leading provider of data analytics and research focused on global security threats. Josh is a recognized expert on U.S. sanctions. This session will cover how sanctions work, the breadth and impact of U.S. sanctions, and how sanctions can impact business in Myanmar. If you have ever had a question about sanctions in Myanmar, do not miss this webinar! We are excited to welcome Kharon to the AMCHAM Myanmar webinar stage for an informative webinar for the first time. Kharon is a US-based company founded by former US Department of Treasury officials. Please come and get all your questions answered about sanctions, OFAC, and business risks in Myanmar. Date and Time: December 3, 8:30 am to 9:30 amVenue: Zoom Webinar. A webinar link will be sent to you one day before the event.Cost: FREE for members. USD 20 for non-members. Booking deadline: December 2, 12 pm*Non-members are required to sign up for an account to make payments. Please follow this link to start creating one. Here is a manual for reference.About Joshua ShragerJosh works with Kharon’s key clients - including top tier financial institutions and global corporations - on strategic initiatives, while also overseeing Kharon’s thought leadership and training programs. Prior to Kharon, Josh was a director at the artificial intelligence data analytics firm Quid. Previously, Josh served in the U.S. Department of the Treasury as the Deputy Financial Attaché to Saudi Arabia, the director of the Iraq Threat Finance Cell in Baghdad, as well as various roles in Washington, DC. He also was a U.S. Department of State Foreign Service Officer, with postings in Mexico and The Gambia. Josh speaks regularly at sanctions, technology, and law enforcement conferences throughout the world. He has lived in, worked, and traveled to over 70 countries.About KharonKharon is a leading provider of research and data analytics, focused on global security threats and other controversies that impact global commerce and finance. Kharon's clients include first tier international financial institutions, global corporates, public sector entities and professional services firms. Kharon is headed by former senior officials from the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and experienced professionals in software development and data science.