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Day 1 - Wednesday, January 19, 2022

10:00
Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks
10:15
Latest Economic Sanctions Developments: Country Specific Hot Buttons to Watch Russia, Myanmar, Iran, Venezuela, and Belarus
11:00
The Rise in Ransomware Attacks and Important Takeaways: Handling a Ransomware Attack When Your Company is the Victim and Critical Steps to Avoid in the First Few Days
12:00
Networking Break and 1:1 Matching
12:30
5 Big AML Issues: Risk-Based Compliance and Due Diligence Requirements, the Pandora Papers and Emerging Risks to Flag
1:15

Hypothetical Scenarios

The Finer Points of Managing Transportation Risks: How to Tackle the Most Pressing Maritime & Aviation Sanctions Compliance Challenges
2:00
Networking Break
2:15
Data Protection and Privacy Considerations for Sanctions, AML & Regulatory Compliance
3:00
End of Day One

Day 2 - Thursday, January 20, 2022

10:00
Co-Chair Opening Remarks
10:10
Regulatory Roundtable and Interactive Q & A
11:00

Perspectives from Europe

Preparing for the Increasing Regulatory Pressure of European Authorities for AML and Sanctions
11:45
Networking Break
12:15

China

The New Blocking Statute, Future of Hong Kong, Supply Chain the Increasing Business Challenges: The Latest Best Practices for High Stakes Decision-Making
1:00
Risk Based Approach: Will Your AML & Sanctions Risk Based Compliance Program Meet Increasing Regulatory Expectations?
1:45
Networking Break
2:00
Insuring Digital Assets and Digitalizing Your Business: New AML & Sanctions Compliance Challenges
2:45
Conference Adjourns

Day 1 - Wednesday, January 19, 2022

10:00
Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks

Inna Tsimerman
Chief International Trade Counsel
Arthur J. Gallagher

Christine Brown
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel and Compliance Officer, Americas
SCOR

10:15
Latest Economic Sanctions Developments: Country Specific Hot Buttons to Watch Russia, Myanmar, Iran, Venezuela, and Belarus

Scott Horton
Global Head of the Financial Crimes Group
AIG

James Slear
Partner
Thompson Coburn LLP

  • RUSSIA: New sanctions and the impact on energy industry
  • IRAN: Current status of negotiations
  • VENEZUELA: Staying compliant with strict restrictions
  • BELARUS: How will the newest sanctions affect your business?

11:00
The Rise in Ransomware Attacks and Important Takeaways: Handling a Ransomware Attack When Your Company is the Victim and Critical Steps to Avoid in the First Few Days

Jasmeet Ahuja
Counsel
Hogan Lovells LLP

Richard Jacobs
Assistant Special Agent in-Charge of the Cyber Branch
Federal Bureau of Investigations- NY Field Office

Christopher Keegan
Senior Managing Director
Beecher Carlson

Garrett Williams
Senior Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer
CNA Insurance

  • How and when to contact the regulatory authorities
  • Engaging forensic investigations and a negotiator
  • Deciding whether to make a payment
  • How to make the payment
  • How will this change the future of cyber insurance?
  • Impact of OFAC ransomware guidance.

12:00
Networking Break and 1:1 Matching
12:30
5 Big AML Issues: Risk-Based Compliance and Due Diligence Requirements, the Pandora Papers and Emerging Risks to Flag

Matthew Saint
Group Anti Money Laundering Officer & Deputy Group Chief Financial Crime Officer
AXA

Nicole Sayegh Succar
Partner
Crowell & Moring LLP

  • Meeting enhanced due diligence requirements
  • Legal entity registry status update
  • Digital ID latest developments
  • Global regulatory trends to watch
  • Global consistency with new AML regulatory body

1:15

Hypothetical Scenarios

The Finer Points of Managing Transportation Risks: How to Tackle the Most Pressing Maritime & Aviation Sanctions Compliance Challenges

Sandra Calmes
AVP & Senior Corporate Counsel
Liberty Mutual Group

Claudia Botero Götz
Senior Lawyer
Gard (North America)

John Keough
Partner
Clyde and Co

  • Ongoing implementation challenges with OFAC guidance
  • Current Nord Stream II sanctions implications
  • Identifying shipments to Iran, Cuba, and Venezuela
  • Vessel screening best practices

2:00
Networking Break
2:15
Data Protection and Privacy Considerations for Sanctions, AML & Regulatory Compliance

Christine Brown
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel and Compliance Officer, Americas
SCOR

Orrie Dinstein
Global Chief Privacy Officer
Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc

Inna Tsimerman
Chief International Trade Counsel
Arthur J. Gallagher

  • How to receive consent and provide notice when you don’t have relationship with the insured
  • Complying with DFS insurance requirements
  • Hard to perform due diligence due to privacy claims
  • Quality of data is harder to verify

3:00
End of Day One

Day 2 - Thursday, January 20, 2022

10:00
Co-Chair Opening Remarks
10:10
Regulatory Roundtable and Interactive Q & A

Leonard Frady
Sanctions Compliance Officer, Office of Foreign Assets Control
U.S. Department of the Treasury

11:00

Perspectives from Europe

Preparing for the Increasing Regulatory Pressure of European Authorities for AML and Sanctions

Livio Russo
Group Head of Ethics & Investigations
Generali (Italy)

Susan Leddy
Senior Legal Counsel
Swiss Re Management LTD (Switzerland)

Christopher Po-Ba
Senior Managers
Lloyds (UK)

This panel of international speakers from Italy, Switzerland and UK will share their perspectives and takeaways for the latest developments in Europe. They will discuss the new regulatory pressure, and highlight the top concerns for global insurers and reinsurers.

11:45
Networking Break
12:15

China

The New Blocking Statute, Future of Hong Kong, Supply Chain the Increasing Business Challenges: The Latest Best Practices for High Stakes Decision-Making

Alexandra Gervase
Chief Compliance Officer
SiriusPoint

Jonathan Froome
Head of Financial Crime
Marsh McLennan

  • Evaluating the future of your operations in China
  • Status report on Hong Kong-and predictions on what’s next
  • Impact of new Blocking Statute
  • Screening against the SDN list
  • Humanitarian issues re Xinjian supply chain

1:00
Risk Based Approach: Will Your AML & Sanctions Risk Based Compliance Program Meet Increasing Regulatory Expectations?

Marc Rothenberg
Vice President & Senior Regulatory Counsel
Prudential

Giovanna M. Cinelli
Partner
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

  • OFAC, FinCEN and DoJ requirements
  • How to document your risk-based approach
  • Using predictive analytics to automate your process
  • Insight into what the regulators expect
  • Ensuring your program is flexible to adapt to new legislation
  • What to expect from a virtual examination?

1:45
Networking Break
2:00
Insuring Digital Assets and Digitalizing Your Business: New AML & Sanctions Compliance Challenges

Inna Tsimerman
Chief International Trade Counsel
Arthur J. Gallagher

Britt Mosman
Partner
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

  • New OFAC Guidance on Virtual Currency
  • New DoJ National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team
  • Assessing the source of funds
  • Insurance risks for providing coverage for payment and fintech companies

2:45
Conference Adjourns