Upcoming Webinar

Upcoming Webinar

Managing Sanctions Risks in Correspondent Banking Transactions

Managing Sanctions Risks in Correspondent Banking Transactions

Date: Thursday, April 16, 2020

Time: 12:00 PM – 01:15 PM EST | 05:00 PM – 06:15 PM London
06:00 PM – 07:15 PM Amsterdam

Conducting business with foreign correspondent banks is a common aspect of international trade and an integrated global financial system. Unfortunately, maintaining relationships with such correspondent banks comes with a certain amount of compliance risk.

Screening transactions that go through foreign affiliates can be challenging and bad actors will create complicated payment schemes, such as layered corporate entities and shell companies, in order to gain access to the international financial system. Some of these business structures are so complex it can be difficult to find the actual beneficial owner. It is essential that financial institutions and corporates alike institute strict know your customer processes and conduct thorough risk assessments to manage the risks associated with correspondent banking transactions.

In this ACSS Webinar, our expert speaker will take you through the vital aspects of a sound sanctions compliance program, how your institution can ensure it is managing risks caused by its correspondent banking relationships, and provide actionable advice you can apply to your daily compliance tasks.

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For any assistance please

Joe Soniat, CAMS
Account Risk Management Sr. Associate
Federal Reserve Bank of New York

In January, 2019, Joe Soniat joined the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as a Senior Associate in Account Risk Management.

Joe brings with him almost 15 years of experience in BSA/AML compliance. Prior to joining Federal Reserve Bank of NY, Joe worked for nine years as a Bank Security Officer at Union Bank Shares Corp.


75 minutes


Natasha Bright, Content Writer, ACSS

Are you an ACSS Member? This Webinar is included in your membership. Members do NOT need to register for this webinar to attend, but will receive complimentary log in details via email.