May 27th, 2022 – 10.00 am – 12.30 am

As of February 24, 2022, the EU has imposed several sanctions packages on Russia and Belarus, including individual sanctions, economic sanctions, and diplomatic measures.

Individual sanctions are targeted restrictive measures imposed against a wide range of individuals, entities and organizations for a total of 80 entities and 1093 individuals.

Economic sanctions consist of bans and restrictive measures on trade of goods concerning the import/export of products and raw materials in the following sectors: financial; energy; transportation; defense; raw materials and other goods.

During the webinar, the speakers will explain and clarify:

  1. how to identify the sanctions measures in order to avoid their breaching;
  2. how to verify the application of sanctions, through due diligences on individuals and products;
  3. how to implement the best safeguard measures, in order to mitigate the risks related to company operativeness in sanctioned countries;
  4. how to implement a Sanction Compliance Program or an Internal Compliance Program for the adequate evaluation of company risk, in order to protect individual and company responsibilities;
  5. how to deal with triangulations, intermediaries, foreign subsidiaries.

The speech is in Italian

Download the agenda (in Italian)