In the first issue of Cuba Trade Magazine, Olga Pina and M. Alex Roe highlight the specific regulation changes for trade and commerce between the U.S. and Cuba in the article “And Now for Round Six.”
According to the Olga and Alex, the policy amendments were announced in October by the Office of Foreign Assets Control and they further ease sanctions involving medicine, trade, investment, travel, humanitarian and other activities.
About Olga Pina
Olga has extensive experience in corporate transactions, including cross-border issues in Central and South America as well as Cuba. She’s handled OFAC license requests in connection with Cuba transactions as a regular part of her practice for over 20 years. She handles corporate, securities, international business transactions and export compliance, including compliance with U.S. Treasury regulations relating to embargoed countries. Read more about Olga Pina here.
About M. Alex Roe
Alex Roe is an attorney in the Tampa office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Corporate Practice Group. Alex’s practice focuses on corporate, regulatory, and transactional matters.
About Cuba Trade Magazine
Cuba Trade Magazine is the first mainstream magazine devoted to covering the emerging world of trade and investment between international corporations and Cuba, with a special focus on U.S. companies.