Back by popular demand, ACI’s acclaimed 13th 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 development in economic sanction.
The agenda will focus on country specific guidance, lessons learned from recent enforcement action, compliance best practices and what to expect in the next 6 months. Connect with your sanctions peers and make new acquaintances at this interactive event.
Pressing Topics We Will Cover Include
- The Next Phase of Russia Sanctions: The Newest, Emerging Challenges and Evolving Risks When Your Organization Stays In or Out
- Updating Your Sanctions Compliance Playbook: The Biggest Lessons Learned Over the Past Year and Key Takeaways for the Future
- Global Economic and Political Developments: Staying Abreast of the Impact of Geopolitical Risk for Your Organization
- Compliance and Innovation: Leveraging Data Analytics for Your Sanctions Compliance Program
- Focus on Exits & Divestitures: Resolving Surprising Business Challenges When Winding Down Your Russia Business
- Case Study: Seizing of Russian Oligarch Assets
- Sanctions Evasion and Cryptocurrency: Managing Risks Arising from this Volatile Industry
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.
WHAT PAST ATTENDEES HAVE TO SAY
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.
I appreciated hearing from current OFAC and NSC staff members and prior well versed members of the sanctions bar. I appreciated the moderated speakers.
Great content. Very cutting edge, very little recitation of things everybody already knows about. Speakers were very engaging.
The opportunity to connect with other practitioners and the perspective from OFAC. Complete, with inputs from government officials was interesting. New actors of the sectors, and technology is great.
The background and experience of the speakers for many of the topics resulted in a very informative, insightful discussion.
Very collaborative and open discussion. The relatively small audience composed of subject matter experts allowed for excellent, substantive discussions.
Quality content, came away feeling like it was a good use of my time, good venue, good food and drinks, ACI staff were very helpful and friendly.
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 Women In-House Legal and Compliance Professionals Looking to Increase 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.
Join our Women in Economic Sanctions Membership: womensanctionsnetwork.com