Broadcast Date: Tuesday, August 30, 2022
from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (ET)


The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) continues to administer and enforce strict scrutiny on U.S. and non-U.S. companies. Several settlement agreements have been noted in the past months that signal the broad reach of U.S. sanctions regulations. Concomitantly, the US government has continued to utilize economic sanctions to fight corruption and other criminal activity around the world.

U.S. and non-U.S. companies alike engaged in global transactions must implement a rigorous and effective compliance program to mitigate legal liabilities, including for the transfer or the facilitation of the transfer of the proceeds of corruption.

Join key thought leaders in OFAC and financial institution compliance Javier Coronado (Diaz Reus International Law Firm) and Stanley Foodman (Foodman CPAs and Advisors), as they provide a discussion of the latest and significant issues surrounding OFAC recent enforcement actions. This course will guide you in implementing necessary compliance measures to avoid risks and sanctions.


Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the latest developments and issues surrounding recent OFAC enforcement actions targeting non-U.S. Banks.
  • Understand the interplay between OFAC sanctions regulations, FinCEN, and SEC violations.


Course Level:



Advance Preparation:

Print and review course materials


Method of Presentation:

Live Webcast; Group-Internet Based



General knowledge of international trade laws


Course Code:



NY Category of CLE Credit:

Areas of Professional Practice


NASBA Field of Study:

Business Law – Technical


Total Credit:

1.0 CLE

1.0 CPE (Not eligible for QAS (On-demand) CPE credit)

Speaker Panel:

Javier Coronado, Partner
Diaz Reus International Law Firm (DRT)

Javier Coronado, Partner at DRT, is a bilingual criminal defense attorney and compliance specialist licensed to practice in Colombia, the State of New York, and before U.S. federal courts/Government agencies., with experience in international white-collar criminal cases, including Government investigations and enforcement actions conducted by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the Department of Justice, and the Department of Homeland Security. He regularly counsels and represents individuals and corporations in Latin America and the U.S. in matters involving OFAC Sanctions, criminal law, domestic and foreign corruption, tax evasion, anti-money laundering laws, and financial fraud. He is a Certified Specialist in Anti-Money Laundering and Global Economic Sanctions by ACAMS.

Stanley Foodman , CEO & President
Foodman CPAs and Advisors

Stanley is the President and CEO of Foodman CPAs & Advisors. He is a bilingual professional that specializes in Financial Institution Compliance, Complex Tax Compliance and Forensic Accounting. Stanley Foodman established a banking practice within Foodman CPA & Advisors 13 years ago serving Financial Institutions around the world. Foodman is at the forefront of banking compliance and is currently recognized as an industry expert within the domestic and international banking community on FATCA, CRS, BSA / AML, OFAC, and FCPA matters and frequently provides expert testimony in these areas. Several hundred Financial Institutions view Stanley as the “go to person” for Financial Institution Compliance. He has assisted several Non-U.S. Financial Institutions maintain and acquire Correspondent Banking Relationships by acting as an Intermediary with U.S. Financial Institutions that have specific geographic interest. He advises Financial Institutions regarding specific complex questions pertaining to OFAC and FCPA. Moreover, Foodman has represented Non-U.S. Financial Institutions in front of the IRS to solve complex tax issues involving funds incorrectly withheld resulting from a misinterpretation of FATCA withholding regulations. Furthermore, he has successfully assisted Foreign Financial Institutions to recover suspended Global Intermediary Identification Number(s) (GIIN) preserving their U.S. correspondent banking relationships.



Javier Coronado, Partner

Diaz Reus International Law Firm (DRT)

Talking Points:

  1. The New Edition of the Engel List
  2. Global Magnitsky Act Enforcement
  3. Status of the Venezuela-related Sanctions
  4. OFAC Enforcement Actions Targeting Non-US Banks


Stanley Foodman , CEO & President

Foodman CPAs and Advisors

Talking Points:

  1. The Interplay between OFAC and U.S. Foreign Policy
  2. The Interplay between Sanctions Accounting and FCPA Violations.
  3. The Interplay between OFAC regulations, FinCEN, and SEC violations.
  4. The Interplay between OFAC violations, FATCA material failures and loss of correspondent banking relationships.

Date & Time:

Tuesday, August 30, 2022

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (ET)

A recording will be available to view 24-48 hours after the live date.


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Who Should Attend:

  • International Trade Lawyers
  • Banking and Finance Lawyers
  • Corporate Transactions Lawyers
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Compliance and Risk Professionals
  • Investment Advisers
  • Financial Advisor/Officer


Javier CoronadoPartner
Diaz Reus International Law Firm (DRT)
Stanley Foodman CEO & President
Foodman CPAs and Advisors



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