Jones Day partner Lanier Saperstein appointed to co-chair NYCBA Compliance Committee’s Subcommittee on International Developments

Lanier Saperstein, a partner in the Firm’s Financial Markets Practice resident in New York, was recently appointed to serve as co-chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Compliance Committee’s Subcommittee on International Developments.

The New York City Bar Association Compliance Committee strives to raise awareness of the issues, challenges, and concerns facing the compliance profession; advocate on the profession’s behalf; and educate the profession on emerging developments, issues, and trends. Committee members include a diverse group of in-house compliance officers, outside compliance counsel and consultants, and regulators covering various industries.

Mr. Saperstein has been recognized by leading legal publications for his work in international banking and for his knowledge of the Chinese financial market. He has experience in an array of matters impacting financial institutions, including BSA/AML, the Anti-Terrorism Act, the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, federal securities laws, and advising on LIBOR transition. Mr. Saperstein has written extensively on matters affecting financial institutions, and his writings have been cited in dozens of prominent law journals. He is a member of the NYCBA Compliance Committee and an adjunct professor at Fordham Law School, where he teaches banking-related courses.

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