Back by popular demand, ACI’s acclaimed 14th Annual New York Forum on Economic Sanctions returns to NYC this December.

Regarded as the must attend conference for legal and compliance professionals working for financial institutions and global exporters, this program will provide timely updates on the latest developments in economic sanction.

Connect with your sanctions peers and make new acquaintances at this interactive event. Participate in small group conversations with your industry peers on day one and emerging sanctions topics on day two.

Last Year’s Expert Speakers

George Ioannidis

Assistant Special Agent in Charge
Homeland Security Investigations


Michael Khoo

Co-Director, Task Force KleptoCapture
U.S. Department of Justice


David Lim

Co-Director, Task Force KleptoCapture
U.S. Department of Justice


Alina Nedea

Head of Sanctions, DG, FISMA
European Commission


Giles Thomson

Director, Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation
HM Treasury

Pressing Topics Included
  • China: Managing Your Business Operations in China Amid An Unprecedented Period of Risk and Uncertainty Keynote Presentations from OFSI and EU Commission
  • OFAC Administrative Subpoenas: Top 5 Things to Expect and Best Ways to Prepare and Respond
  • Compliance Readiness: Staying Abreast of the Impact of Geopolitical Risk for Your Organization
  • Russia: Long Term Impact of the War in Ukraine and Ongoing Business
  • Recent Trends in Sanctions and Export Control Enforcement: Responding to Enforcement Actions, and Informal Regulator Outreach Challenges

Navigating U.S. Sanctions and Export Control Restrictions

Read our new industry article reviewing recent changes to restrictions, and global trends in the sector.

Unsurpassed Networking

Meet the sanctions experts! The program is uniquely designed to maximize networking through 1:1, small and larger group opportunities.

Invaluable Peer to Peer Discussions

Unique sessions and panels created to examine the full range of sanctions compliance and the most pressing issues facing industry today.


Accreditation will be sought in those jurisdictions requested by the registrants which have continuing education requirements. This course is identified as non-transitional for the purposes of CLE accreditation. Learn More


For In-House Legal and Compliance Professionals Looking to Expand Their Network

The Women in Sanctions Network (WSN) is a global community of like-minded women working in economic sanctions. WSN is committed to promoting diversity across the profession, creating worthwhile networking and educational programs, and updating members on employment and advancement opportunities.

To find out if you are eligible to become a member of the Women in Sanctions Network, please visit