Understanding and Navigating Iran and Russia sanctions-related risk

On Thursday, 18 June 2020 we co-hosted a webinar with Kharon on "Understanding and Navigating Iran and Russia Sanctions-related risk" with a particular focus on the ownership/control analysis - which included the "50 percent rule" and "shadow specially designated nationals and blocked persons lists and diligence challenges."

With the pace of change to the global financial sanctions landscape continuing rapidly in recent years, international businesses face an increasingly complex lattice of measures imposed by the United Nations, United States, European Union, United Kingdom, and other countries. These measures often have different scope, jurisdictional reach, and can directly conflict with one another. This webinar brought industry experts together to discuss the regulatory expectations and challenges in international sanctions compliance from cross-jurisdictions, including real-life case studies and its implications.

Who is Kharon?

Kharon is a leading provider of research and data analytics, focused on global security threats and other controversies that impact global commerce and finance. Kharon's clients include first tier international financial institutions, global corporates, public sector entities, and professional services firms. Kharon is headed by former senior intelligence officials from the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and experienced professionals in software development and data science.

Who is Hogan Lovells?

The Hogan Lovells Sanctions team operates across jurisdictions and industries to provide comprehensive and practical advice on the ever-evolving sanctions landscape. We can help you comply with sanctions by carrying out due diligence, developing policies and training programs, providing transaction-specific advice, and obtaining licenses. If disaster strikes, we can assist you by investigating potential breaches, advising on self-disclosure, and dealing with regulators and other enforcement authorities.

Watch Here: Understanding and navigating Iran and Russia sanctions-related risk and view slides here.

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