ACSS Webinar: The New Normal: Sanctions Compliance Challenges and How to Deal With Them in 2024 - Association of Certified Sanctions Specialists

The New Normal: Sanctions Compliance Challenges and How to Deal With Them in 2024

June 27, 2024 | 09:00 AM – 10:15 AM NYC

ACSS Webinar

CSS Credits: 1.25


75 minutes


  • Francesco Candeago | AIRBUS
  • Alessandro Guaiana | European Investment Bank (EIB)


Tiffany Rozenrot, CSS, Chapter and Sanctions Training Coordinator, ACSS


Thursday, June 27, 2024


  • 09:00 AM – 10:15 AM NYC
  • 02:00 PM – 03:15 PM London
  • 03:00 PM – 04:15 PM Amsterdam


Join us for a webinar where we delve into the complexities and challenges that compliance professionals face in the wake of the regulatory whirlwind from the sanctions world over the past two years.

This webinar will explore:

  • Key regulatory changes across financial and advanced technology industries, including:
    • Supply chain due diligence
    • Identifying the scope of the existing prohibitions
    • Export Control Classification
    • Sanctions Clauses
  • The interconnectedness and potential conflicts among sanctions laws and regulations – – compliance labyrinth for businesses.
  • Practical strategies and best practices for compliance professionals to navigate these challenges, including
    • Identifying and prioritising risks
    • Updating your compliance programs
    • Leveraging technology and automation (Geolocation data, screening)
    • Monitoring sanctions circumvention or possible evasion

Certificate of Attendance:

All active ACSS members will be able to download the certificate from the Learning Management System (under the achievements tab). 

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Francesco Candeago

Sanctions and Export Control Manager

Francesco Candeago is an experienced legal counsel and sanctions compliance professional currently working as Sanctions and Export Control Manager at Airbus’ headquarters in Toulouse, France. Before joining Airbus, Francesco practiced law in Milan, Italy, and acquired extensive experience in complex cross-border transactions involving countries subject to restrictive measures. Francesco’s experience includes advising commercial operators and financial institutions on the development and implementation of internal compliance programmes, as well as on a wide range of matters from contract negotiation, corporate governance, and transactional due diligence. Francesco holds a combined Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Law from the University of Pavia and an LL.M. in International Commercial Law with Distinction from the University of Glasgow, Scotland (UK).

Alessandro Guaiana

Sanctions Compliance Officer
European Investment Bank (EIB)

Alessandro Guaiana is an Italian qualified lawyer and certified fraud examiner working as a sanction compliance officer at the European Investment Bank based in Luxembourg. Alessandro holds a variety of expertise in sanction and export control regulations, having served in different sectors: legal, advisory, fraud and investigation services, oil and gas and financial. Alessandro worked, among others, for Studio Legale Padovan, EY, ENI and, today, the EIB, advising on a daily basis on global sanctions and export control compliance issues.


Tiffany Rozenrot, CSS

Chapter and Sanctions Training Coordinator

Tiffany Rozenrot has over ten years of experience working for the UN, think tanks, the German Foreign Office, and various NGOs. She is also a Certified Sanctions Specialist.

Tiffany gained hands-on sanctions experience coordinating the Libya sanctions regime as a Political Advisor for the German Diplomatic Mission to the UN.

At Security Council Report, a UN-focused think tank, Tiffany trained the diplomatic community in managing UN sanctions regimes.

She also served in UN Missions in Haiti and Somalia, overseeing the implementation of the missions’ mandate, supporting crisis response, and working with local human rights NGOs. Before joining the UN, Tiffany spent a year in the Philippines as Human Rights Observer.

She joined ACSS as Chapter & Training Coordinator and ACSS Reporter.

Customer Testimonials

“I really appreciated the detail and references on the slides, very helpful”.

Scott Kinney, CAMS

Compliance Manager Global Sanctions Group, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

“Great job. Very informative”.

Brianna Long

Senior Compliance Analyst Compliance and Risk Investigations and Analysis, Convera