Be part of something big
Support and development
ACSS membership provides you with resources designed to support you throughout your career as a sanctions professional.
A growing community
Our membership numbers are steadily growing. Professionals from both the private and public sector are joining our sanctions community. We now have hundreds of members in over 50 countries.
- Become a part of the world’s only professional community dedicated to sanctions!
- Network with other practitioners and tap into sanctions career prospects. – Stay abreast of all the current news regarding sanctions trends and best practices.
- Gain access to helpful members only resources, such as our Interactive Sanctions Map, Oﬃcial Guidance Library and OFAC Enforcement Actions Database.
- Be considered for one of our Task Forces, which add value to the sanctions community and provide direct networking opportunities with industry leaders.
- Receive access to 10+ FREE training webinars every year, as well as our library of on-demand webinars.
- Free Sanctions Connect Calls. These are ACSS-member only calls on sanctions topics.
Who Should Join
People who have some or all of the responsibility related to sanctions in:
- Banks, trusts companies, and other financial institutions
- Insurance companies
- Investment bankers and investment companies
- Securities brokers and dealers
- Money Services Businesses, including money transmitters, check cashers and currency exchange houses
- Credit card companies
- Money lenders or mortgage brokers
- Law Firms, lawyers and legal professionals in the sanctions compliance ﬁeld Universities
- Accounting professionals
- Consultants in risk management
- Companies doing business internationally, such as import/export businesses, mining, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, oﬀshore services and more
- Company service providers
- Casinos and other gambling businesses
- Active and retired agents, regulators, and other personnel of:
- State Department or Ministries of Foreign Aﬀairs
- Treasury departments
- Custom departments
- Tax departments
- Secret services
- Justice departments
- Financial intelligence units
- Securities and futures authorities
- Banking supervisory agencies