18th Annual Flagship Conference on Economic Sanctions Enforcement and Compliance

18th Annual Flagship Conference on Economic Sanctions Enforcement and Compliance

Speaking Engagement

ACI’s flagship conference on Economic Sanctions Enforcement and Compliance in Washington DC is widely regarded as the premier conference for legal and compliance professionals working in economic sanctions. The 2024 conference will address the critical emerging geopolitical issues that organizations face in the Middle East, Asia and Russia. The conference will address the expanding export control restrictions and how the various agencies are working together on enforcement actions. Attendees will learn effective risk mitigation strategies and how to navigate conflicts between EU, UK, and US sanctions restrictions.

Partner Neena Shenai will speak on a panel titled "Opening Strategy Exchange: New Global Sanctions Takeaways to Ready Your Program for the Unknowns of the Next 6-12 Months” on Thursday, April 29 at 9:30 a.m. Ms. Shenai will join an interactive dialogue with seasoned sanctions experts as they share their views on managing current challenges, and their approach to mitigating risk and strengthening compliance amid an uncertain landscape of change.

Partner Zachary Goldman will speak in a session titled "The Biggest Hurdles to Harmonizing Compliance with US, EU, UK and More International Sanctions: Case Studies on Resolving Expected and Unexpected Pain Points” on Thursday, April 29 at 3:30 p.m. Mr. Goldman’s session will discuss critical steps to evaluate a transaction in light of a web of different sanctions restrictions, review case studies on addressing conflicts of law and navigating the geopolitical dynamics affecting operations, business and compliance programs, as well as when and how to involve senior leadership.



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