Mitigating Sanctions Risk from Mergers & Acquisitions
Date: Friday, March 26, 2021
Time: 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Joe Bognanno – Chair ACSS New York Chapter, Member of ACSS Sanctions Innovation and Technology Taskforce.
Karen Robertson – Uber
Moderator: Saskia Rietbroek, Executive Director ACSS
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This SanctionsConnect Call is hosted by the ACSS Sanctions Innovation and Technology Task Force.
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Global Trade Compliance Officer, Uber Technologies, Inc.
Joseph Bognanno, III
President. Oxonia, Chair of ACSS New York Chapter
Prior to launching Oxonia, Joseph served as Global VP of Strategy & Alliances at Accuity, Chief Innovation Officer at Safe Banking Systems and SVP, Head of Global Risk Analytics at HSBC and responsible all FCC solutions deployed in the US. He managed teams engaged in all aspects of model governance in relation to AML analytics, design, development, optimization, model validation and remediation.
Previously, he held various positions working with and for some of the world’s leading technology solutions providers and spent several years in the U.S. Treasury as Senior Advisor on Economic Crimes, and U.S. Treasury Attaché in liaison to the South American FATF to provide information technology solutions to combat financial crime through technical assistance programs.
Joseph has over 25 years of experience in the financial industry. More than 15 years have been spent within the Compliance industry, working to mitigate money laundering and other financial crime risks through the use of technology specific to AML/FCC initiatives. He has provided training, technical assistance, and guidance to both public and private sectors in over 40 countries.
As a subject matter expert, he has spoken at various industry events, notably ACAMS and FATF Plenaries, and has provided expert AML/CFT commentary to a number of international publications.
In 2020, Joseph will launch and Chair the New York City Chapter of the Association of Certified Sanctions Specialists (ACSS).
Joseph is also the co-chair of the New York City Alumni Club for The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.