Daniel CarielloCompliance Officer at OFAC
Daniel Cariello is a Compliance Officer at the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) where he advises on a variety of matters relating to both domestic and foreign financial institution compliance with U.S. economic sanctions programs. As part of OFAC’s Sanctions Compliance and Evaluation team, he routinely interacts with industry peers to discuss sanctions compliance and implementation issues, educates public and private sector partners on OFAC sanctions programs, and leads high-level investigations of financial institutions that appear to have violated U.S. sanctions regulations. Mr. Cariello has been with OFAC since 2015. Prior to joining OFAC, Mr. Cariello worked in the Trade Regulations Branch at the U.S. Census Bureau where he supervised updates to the Foreign Trade Regulations, which mandate information reporting requirements for U.S. exporters and filing agents.Mr. Cariello has a Master of Arts degree in Applied Economics from the Johns Hopkins, School of Advanced Academic Programs and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Elon University.