Special cases in sanction compliance – hidden UBOs, complex ownership structures, concealed destinations and misrepresented goods explained by a “real life” case study
Sanction compliance has never been more difficult for financial institutions and other industries. A surge in new sanctions and their scope, imposed on Russia and Belarus by EU, United States, UK, Switzerland and other countries starting from February 2022, frequency with which new sanctions are adopted and differences between particular sanction regimes create unprecedent challenge for all market players.
Real-life examples of intentional sanctions evasion by entities and individuals from former Soviet Union, paired with tested tools and techniques for identification and verification of symptoms, provides valuable insight for financial and non-financial entities what to look for and how to approach such situations and manage risk.
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