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US Sanctions Policy – What’s happened, and what can we expect?

Our panel of experts will discuss economic sanctions policy and enforcement under the Biden Administration thus far, and what we can expect

About this event

Topic: US Sanctions Policy – What’s happened, and what can we expect from the Biden Administration? Location: Webinar Cost: Free Sponsored by: Thomson Reuters Date: May 13, 2021 Time: 5:30 PM – 6:45 PM EST Description: Please join us as our panel of experts discuss economic sanctions policy and enforcement under the Biden Administration, including what’s happened in the first four months and what we can expect over the next four years. The discussion will include the latest developments in Myanmar, Russia and China and their impact on sanctions policy. The speakers will also discuss recent OFAC enforcement actions, the impact of court challenges to sanctions designations, the current status of the TikTok/WeChat “ban”, as well as other relevant and current topics, all of which will assist anti-financial crime professionals implement best practices for their institutions. The speakers will also speculate on how the Administration’s recent actions and statements will impact economic sanctions policy going forward. Opening Remarks: Meryl Lutsky, ACAMS Chapter Co-Chair Moderator: Howard Spieler, ACAMS Chapter Co-Chair Panel includes: Angelena Bradfield, Senior Vice President, AML/BSA, Sanctions & Privacy, Bank Policy Institute (BPI recently authored “Reforming the U.S. Sanctions Regulatory Regime“) Nicole Sayegh Succar, former OFAC Sanctions Officer, currently Economic Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Specialist, Counsel, Crowell & Moring LLP Brett Wolf, Senior AML Correspondent, Thomson Reuters NOTES:
  • Attendees must register and sign up in advance to attend this event.
  • Only New York Chapter members are eligible to earn CAMS Credit. Please sign up with your email address registered with ACAMS to ensure 1 CPE credit is applied.
  • The event will not be recorded and is closed to the media. Please do not quote any speakers without written permission.
  • There will be a limited number of spots available. Please be courteous and cancel your registration if you cannot attend.
  • In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the ACAMS New York Chapter will honor requests for reasonable accommodations made by individuals with disabilities. Requests can be served more effectively if notice is provided at least 5 days before the event. Please direct accommodation requests to [email protected] All ACAMS New York Chapter policies can be found here: https://www.acamsny.org/information