Special Issue Brief, Do U.S. Banking Regulators Like the NYDFS Have Authority to Enforce OFAC Sanctions?, July 2016.
Panama Papers Renew Relevance of Proposed U.S. Beneficial Ownership Rule
BNY Mellon to Pay $14.8 Million to Settle “Corrupt” Hiring Charges for Providing Internships to Sovereign Wealth Fund Officials’ Family Members
United States Adds Russian Direct Investment Fund, Other Russian Financial Services Actors to Sectoral Sanctions List, August 2015. Certain Financing, Debt, and Equity Transactions Remain Prohibited; Action Relevant to U.S. Persons and Non-U.S. Persons (particularly Middle East- and Asia-based)
A Great BRIC Wall? Emerging Trade and Finance Channels Led by Non-Western Nations Could Curtail the Global Reach of U.S. Law, June 2015.
Deposit Insurance Frameworks for Islamic Banks: Design and Policy Considerations, February 2015.
Proposed U.S. Rule Requires Banks to Collect Beneficial Ownership Information, November 2015.
Cross-Compliance for Financial Institutions: the Anti-Corruption-AML Nexus, September 2014.
Consumer-Oriented Insolvency Risk Allocation in Islamic Retail Profit Sharing Investment Accounts, April 2014.
Globalized Anti-Corruption Enforcement: Direct and Collateral Consequences for Private and State-Owned Enterprises (financial institutions focus), MassPoint Occasional Note, November 2013.
Specialized Insolvency Regimes for Islamic Banks: Regulatory Prerogative and Process Design, World Bank Legal Review, November 2013.
The Front Office Generates Revenue, the Back Office Creates Value: Operational Excellence is Key to Unlocking Long-Term Value in Islamic Finance, December 2010.
Islamic Law in Secular Courts (Again): Teachable Moments From the Journey, Fall 2009.