Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 20, 2022 unleashed a cascade of sanctions by the U.S. and Europe, further complicating an already fraught trade landscape.
For compliance officers, this has not only meant keeping up with a rapidly growing list of regulations, but also anticipating evasive tactics and retaliatory attacks by Russian entities.
“Navigating Russian Sanctions and Preparing for New Threats,” a report produced in partnership with Compliance Week, features original research by Sayari into Russia’s attempts to evade Western sanctions, covers recent developments in trade policy, and offers compliance professionals actionable takeaways, including:
- Tips for navigating the fast-paced sanctions landscape
- Strategies for circumventing Russia’s anti-transparency laws using public data
- Steps for preparing for Russian cyberattacks
A well-resourced compliance community is critical to stifling what Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco calls an “unjust war.”
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Compliance Week, published by Wilmington plc, is a business intelligence and information service on corporate governance, risk,and compliance that features a daily e-mail newsletter, a bi-monthly print magazine, industry-leading events, and a variety of interactive features and forums.
Founded in 2002, Compliance Week has become the go-to resource for chief compliance officers and audit executives; Compliance Week now reaches more than 60,000 financial, legal, audit, risk, and compliance practitioners.
Its flagship solution, Sayari Graph, harvests billions of public records from over 200 jurisdictions to deliver a global database of ownership hierarchies, commercial relationships, and risk analyses—available via web application, API, or data subscription.
Since its founding in 2015, Sayari has earned the trust of top financial institutions, Fortune 100 corporations, and government agencies, securing a $40M Series C in 2021. Sayari is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and its solutions are used by more than 3,000 frontline analysts in 35 countries.