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Framing the Issue: Analyzing OFAC’s Framework for Compliance Commitments


Apr 21, 2020 3:05pm ‐ Apr 21, 2020 4:05pm


Credits: None available.

Description

• Analyzing OFAC’s 2019’s framework to identify regulatory expectations in developing, implementing and regularly updating a sanctions compliance program

• Detailing specifics of framework to develop compliance strategies for areas such as sanctions-centered risk assessments, internal controls, testing/auditing and training

• Reviewing OFAC’s list of common sanctions oversight issues such as deficient screening, inconsistent adherence to standards and misinterpreting OFAC rules

Moderator(s):

  • Melissa Leeds, CAMS, Data Mitigation Support Specialist, Far Ridgeline Engagements, Inc.

Speaker(s):

  • Sarah B. Felix, CAMS, Founder and President, Palmera Consulting
  • Leslie Kuester, CGSS, CAMS, Global Head of Sanctions and Interdiction, Western Union
  • Max Lerner, CAMS, Vice President, Global Head of Sanctions Compliance, State Street Corporation
  • Brian O'Toole, CAMS, Senior Vice President, Director of Sanctions and Screening, BB&T, Now Truist

Credits

Credits: None available.

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