ACSS & HHR EU Sanctions & Export Controls: 2024 Mid-Year Review - Association of Certified Sanctions Specialists

EU Sanctions & Export Controls: 2024 Mid-Year Review

July 25, 2024 | 09:00 AM – 10:15 AM NYC

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75 minutes


  • Jan​​​​ Dunin‑Wasowicz


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


Thursday, July 25, 2024


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


Are you navigating the ever-evolving landscape of EU sanctions and export controls? Do you want to stay up to date? This mid-year review webinar will provide you with the latest updates and critical insights regarding recent developments in EU sanctions and export controls compliance.

Join us for a comprehensive analysis of the key developments in EU sanctions policy and export control regulations in 2024 (so far). Our expert speakers will unpack the implications for businesses and offer practical guidance on navigating the complex compliance landscape.

What the webinar aims to cover:

  • Key Updates on EU Sanctions Regimes: Deep dive into recent sanctions imposed by the EU, including targeted measures and broader sectoral sanctions.
  • Focus on Critical Jurisdictions: Gain insights into the latest developments regarding sanctions on Russia, Belarus, and other high-risk regions.
  • Shifting Export Control Landscape: Explore changes in EU export control regulations for dual-use items and emerging technologies.
  • Practical Compliance Strategies: Learn best practices for conducting due diligence, screening procedures, and risk mitigation strategies.
  • Staying Ahead of the Curve:

Certificate of Attendance:

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

Event Registration

Register for this FREE webinar today! Tell your friends, clients, customers and colleagues about it.

ACSS webinars conduct audience polls that will give you vital benchmarking data so you can measure your sanctions compliance against others.

ACSS Members who attend the live session can download their Certificate of Attendance from our member-only platform.


Jan Dunin‑Wasowicz

Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
Jan Dunin-Wasowicz is Partner and Co-Chair of Hughes Hubbard & Reed’s Sanctions, Export Controls & AML Practice group. Jan has experience advising on compliance with economic sanctions and trade controls from both EU and U.S. perspectives. His sanctions and trade controls practice covers the full spectrum of compliance and enforcement matters, including risk assessments, design and evaluation of sanctions and export control compliance programs, merges & acquisitions, contractual negotiation and reviews, transaction due diligence, licensing, investigations, and remediation.


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