How to Mitigate Risk Associated with Russian Oligarchs Through Public Data
Russian oligarchs are known for leveraging complex, cross-border corporate structures to protect and hide their wealth. Given their large global footprint paired with their close relationships to the Russian state, Russian oligarchs can present a myriad of risks to financial institutions including sanctions risk, AML risk, and FCPA risk.
Join us for our next master class on September 14 at 10:00 am EDT (14:00 UTC), to learn how public data and graph analytics can be leveraged to mitigate risk associated with Russian oligarch networks.
In this class, we will focus on three key areas:
- How to identify hidden risk associated with known high-risk companies directly or indirectly associated with Russian oligarchs.
- How public data can shed light on the overlap between shell companies used in money laundering or sanctions evasion schemes, and legitimate Russian companies — and why that overlap matters.
- How to identify risk associated with facilitator networks — that is, third party entities and individuals involved in registering companies in secrecy jurisdictions and facilitating money laundering and/or sanctions evasion on behalf of Russian oligarchs.
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