Now in its 11th year, ACI’s Virtual New York Forum on Economic Sanctions is widely regarded – together with ACI’s flagship Economic Sanctions conference in Washington DC in April – as North America’s largest and most comprehensive conference on economic sanctions, their enforcement and compliance. It is now being delivered in an interactive virtual format with live presentations, panel discussions and specialized breakout sessions.
The New York Forum on Economic Sanctions convenes a diverse mix of financial institutions, exporters and their advisers to provide practical and timely, country-specific sanctions insights and address how to update sanctions compliance and risk management programs.
This program offers 5 unique networking opportunities including:
Women in International Trade and Sanctions Networking
Join fellow female participants on camera to make new contact and renew existing connections at the end of the first day.
Early Riser Session: How to Work Effectively with OFAC
Grab your coffee and meet fact to face with fellow participants and bring your questions to former OFAC staff.
1:1 Face to Face
Get matched with your fellow participants during scheduled networking time.
Industry Virtual Networking Conversations
Meet virtually with your peers to join a moderated conversation on top issues affecting your industry.
- Financial Institutions
Compliance Best Practices Exchanges
Join virtual moderated discussions on key issues including:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Intersection of AML and Sanctions
- Intersection of Export Controls and Sanctions
Updated for 2020 to incorporate the most significant developments, this program offers interactive analysis on:
- Latest on the highly dynamic Russia/Ukraine sectoral and secondary sanctions
- Unraveling the new developments of Venezuela sanctions
- Iran: current status of JCPOA and increased request for humanitarian licenses
- Practical guidance on OFAC Compliance Guidelines
- Regulatory and Enforcement Trends
- Managing Transportation, Logistics and Insurance Challenges
- Navigating the Intersection of Sanctions and Export Controls
- Understanding and Assessing Secondary Sanctions Risk
- Maintaining effective sanctions compliance with a Remote Workforce
- Using Technology to innovate your sanctions compliance program
This is the best conference I attend because the topics are relevant, and the speakers are well informed on the topics.
Ability to discuss sanctions issues with peers and get insights on how they implement sanctions requirements.