This webinar looks back at the global impact of sanctions addressing Russian aggression in 2022 and looks forward to what changes 2023 may bring to these sanctions programs.
The evolving multilateral sanctions campaign against Russia in response to its 2022 invasion of Ukraine has been unprecedented in its complexity, speed, and impact. As this campaign continues to expand and evolve, financial institutions, other vulnerable industries, and jurisdictional authorities around the world are grappling to understand sanctions against Russia.
K2 Integrity is at the forefront of efforts to help companies around the world—many of which operate in multiple jurisdictions sanctioning Russia—to understand and meet evolving expectations from authorities, banking partners, suppliers, and global markets overall. As a key part of these efforts, K2 Integrity has partnered with the U.S. Department of State to engage public and private sector stakeholders in multiple countries through an ongoing global outreach, training, and certification program.
By the end of this session, you will be able to:
- Explain the drivers and impact of sanction programs against Russia in 2022
- Identify considerations driving elevated compliance and risk management expectations in order to better protect your organization’s reputation
- Describe factors influencing the implementation of Russia sanctions in 2023 and key considerations of public and private stakeholders in safeguarding collective security
Chip Poncy, Global Head of Financial Integrity
Ladan Archin, Associate Managing Director
Julia Khersonsky, Acting Director of the U.S. Department of State’s Export Control and Border Security Bureau (EXBS)
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