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Jason Hungerford

Jason Hungerford

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Jason Hungerford is a US and UK-qualified investigations and regulatory partner based in Mayer Brown's London office.

Previously based in Washington DC, Jason advises corporates and financial institutions on economic sanctions and export controls, anti-corruption and anti-money laundering in the context of investigations, complex transactions and compliance programme development and testing.

Jason advises corporates across a range of sectors, in particular aerospace and defence, oil and gas, mining, shipping, transportation, engineering and heavy machinery, and FMCG. He also works closely with a range of financial institutions, insurers and brokers. Jason's investigations and compliance work has included mandates in China, Southeast Asia, Russia, Brazil, the United States, the Middle East, the Nordic region and throughout Europe.

Jason is an advisor to executives and boards of directors on the role of ethics, compliance and audit in corporate governance, including the systematic assessment of related procedures and controls, process management, behaviours, managerial culture and messaging uptake.

Jason also frequently advises corporates and financial institutions with respect to the financial crime-regulatory aspects of M&A, joint venture, private equity, capital markets and debt transactions, including due diligence, negotiation and post-acquisition integration.

Jason focuses on US and EU economic sanctions; US, UK and EU dual-use and military end-use trade controls; the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the UK Bribery Act; the UK Proceeds of Crime Act, and the UK Modern Slavery Act. In the course of his practice, Jason represents clients in related enforcement, licensing and interpretive matters before OFAC, HM Treasury OFSI, HM Revenue & Customs, the UK Export Control Joint Unit, the US State Department and the US Commerce Department.

Jason serves on the Law Society of England & Wales's Money Laundering Task Force as a financial sanctions advisor.
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