The 14th Annual Flagship Conference on Economic Sanctions Enforcement and Compliance is widely regarded as the premier event for senior executives and practitioners, who work in the areas of global sanctions compliance, internal audits and investigations, international trade, banking, insurance, forensic accounting, and white-collar crime.

This conference routinely features senior government representatives from OFAC, Department of Justice, Federal Reserve, US Department of Commerce, FDIC, and Department of State, and is widely regarded as the best event of the year because of the high-level content and valuable networking.

Keynote Speakers
Speaker Name

Bradley Smith

Deputy Director, Office of Foreign Assets Control
U.S. Department of the Treasury

Speaker Name

Erik Woodhouse

Deputy Assistant Secretary
U.S. Department of State

2021 Advisory Board
Speaker Name

Hank Corsadden

Trade Counsel
Microsoft Corporation

Speaker Name

Ryan Fayhee

Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP

Speaker Name

Silvia Kleer

Ford Motor Company

Speaker Name

Frederick Shaheen

Chief Counsel, Global Trade
The Boeing Company

Speaker Name

Cari N. Stinebower

Winston & Strawn LLP

Speaker Name

Adam J. Szubin

Of Counsel
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

Speaker Name

Sean M. Thornton

Managing Director and Head of Legal Financial Security (U.S.)
BNP Paribas

Speaker Name

John E. Smith

Morrison & Foerster LLP

What’s New for 2021

Compliance 2.0: Key Areas to Strengthen Compliance and Meet Increased Regulator Expectations

Emerging Issues: New Sanctions Developments to Watch and Keep on Your Radar

Business Strategy: How to Help Your Company Stay Clear of Increasing U.S. and Counter Sanctions

Screening 2.0 – Leveraging Technology to Be More Efficient

Country Specific Guidance on
  • CHINA New regulations on Chinese Military Companies and blocking statute
  • RUSSIA More sanctions expected after cybersecurity attacks
  • IRAN Will the US get back into the JCPOA?
  • VENEZUELA Continued efforts to push for free and fair elections
  • CUBA Will sanctions be relaxed?
  • UK Discuss sanctions enforcement after Brexit

Don’t miss the premier conference where industry, policy-makers and the best of the sanctions bar gather for content, connections and compliance best practices.

Interactive Program Features includes
  • Country Specific Updates: Get the latest updates on economic sanctions for Russia, Cuba, Venezuela, Iran and China
  • Emerging Topics to Watch: Hear about areas to keep on your radar including human rights, Myanmar, and Belarus
  • OFAC Guidance: Find out about the recent guidance on ransomware, Chinese military companies, marine/shipping and cryptocurrency
  • Interactive Discussions: Engage with other attendees in off the record conversations with Financial Institutions or Global Exporters
  • Timely Insights: Stay current with sanctions regulatory and enforcement trends

Missed ACI’s 11th Annual New York Forum on Economic Sanctions in December?

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Interactive real time conversations.

The Boeing Company
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Great topics. In-depth OFAC discussions.

Charles Schwab & Co.
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Great variety of topics. Well organized.

Credit Agricole
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Content of the conference covered entire sanctions scenarios-very informative and focused.

State Bank of India

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A special pre-brochure rate is available for a short time. To register, call 1-888-224-2480, fax your registration form to 1-877-927-1563 or register online.