Nadine Kari has significant experience representing clients in U.S. and multinational enforcement, litigation and bank regulatory investigations, including those brought by the U.S. Department of Justice ("DOJ"), state attorneys’ general, district attorneys, the Federal Reserve, the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Asset’s Control ("OFAC"), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") and several international regulators.
Ms. Kari actively takes part in conducting internal investigations and domestic and cross-border matters, including investigations concerning financial fraud, the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA"), economic sanctions laws administered by OFAC, anti-money laundering laws and investigation related data privacy issues of several jurisdictions. She assists clients in their remediation work and creation of internal U.S. Law Compliance Programs as well as policies and procedures related to international sanctions and anti-money laundering.
Ms. Kari’s work includes representing the supervisory board of a large German listed company and assisting with its investigation of potential breaches of obligations of the Management Board. Ms. Kari’s clients include major international financial institutions, money service businesses, pharmaceutical companies and a car manufacturer in various jurisdictions, including Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Denmark, Germany, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, the Netherlands, the U.A.E. and the U.K.
Ms. Kari also works on tasks related to the management of projects; supervising consultants conducting transaction reviews; conducting and managing teams for email and document review; preparing and conducting employee interviews and drafting interview memoranda; participating in drafts of submissions to governments and advocacy memoranda, conducting risk assessments, drafting and reviewing internal policies, procedures and internal trainings; as well as ad hoc advice on legal issues involving international sanctions and anti-money laundering.