Sanctions Masterclass: Assessing Export Controls and Financial Crime Risks in Supply Chains
Supply chain resilience and sustainability have become central issues for countries and international firms, which are seeking to ensure supply chains are aligned with economic security and regulatory priorities as well as ESG objectives. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has further resulted in a raft of far-reaching and significant export controls, carrying significant implications for global supply chains. This Masterclass will set out what these export controls cover, the implications for managing supply chain financial crime risks, and the potential for Russia-related sanctions evasion. It will also assess wider recent trends and policy changes – including in relation to China - on how sectoral, trade, corruption and human rights sanctions impact supply chains and the transport sector.
Examining and explaining recent export controls issued in the context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the downstream impact for supply chain sanctions and wider financial crime risks, and potential sanctions evasion.
Identifying financial crime trends and typologies linked to supply chains, and the role and responsibilities of key actors in gathering, analyzing, and sharing relevant information
Assessing effective and commensurate private-sector compliance measures such as enhanced KYC/EDD to meet challenges of changes in trade sanctions/export controls, supply chains and the transport sector
FinTech and Innovation Specialists
Anti-Bribery / Corruption (ABC)
Ethics / Governance
Predicate Crimes and Typologies
Governance and Oversight
Sanctions and Non-Proliferation