Navigating Russia Sanctions Complexities
Head, Sanctions Governance and OFAC Reporting Financial Crime Compliance – America
Standard Chartered Bank (Newark, NJ)
Director – Head of Sanctions Strategy and Development
Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas (New York, NY)
What is it about?
2018 has proven to be quite busy regarding the Russia sanctions landscape. On April 6, the Administration issued additional sanctions against seven Russian oligarchs with ties to President Vladimir Putin along with 12 companies they own or control. These sanctions issued under the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act(CAATSA), differ from previous restrictive U.S. measures in both aim and execution.
Based on popular demand, ACI has developed a new interactive one-day program to provide timely guidance on the complex sanctions against Russia. The program will be taught by experienced senior in-house counsel and private practitioners who will stay all day to answer questions during the program. This program is designed for both financial institutions and global exporters.
Topics to be covered include:
- Current Status of Russia Economic Sanctions
- Lessons Learned and the Impact of OFAC’s April 6, 2018 Designations
- Practical Considerations for Screening, Ownership and Control
- The Role of CAATSA on Future Sanctions
- Differences Between US and EU Sanctions
- Navigating the Intersection of Sanctions and Export Controls
Full Day Pre-Conference Seminar, Monday, September 24, 2018
Registration and Continental Breakfast
Current State of Russia Economic Sanctions
Lessons Learned and the Practical Impact of OFAC’s April 6, 2018 Designations
Real World Considerations for Screening, Ownership and Control
Economic Sanctions Policy — The Role of CAATSA on Future Sanctions
Navigating the Intersection of Sanctions and Export Controls
Interactive Session: Test Your Knowledge of Multiple Sanctions Restrictions Under CAATSA
Q & A Panel