Prepare for likely new sanctions against Russia

By Daniel Chirlin, David Tannenbaum and Serge Masters (January 25, 2022, 6:01 PM EST) — As the military situation in Ukraine continues to develop, businesses and compliance personnel must remain nimble and prepare for a series of US and international sanctions. Depending on Russia’s actions and resulting international reactions, specific compliance responses may vary, but there are some useful guiding principles for compliance practitioners to keep in mind.

It is no exaggeration to suggest that banking decisions could play an outsized role in determining the outcome of any potential conflict.


As the White House recently announced, “Russia could launch an attack on Ukraine at any time.”[1] This prediction is reinforced by an early warning…

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