Listings, Delistings and Other Developments in the Russian Sphere
The US has increasingly looked to the use of sanctions as part of its strategic approach to Russia. With the list designations that go along with that approach, seeking removal from sanctions lists has increasingly become an objective for many parties. During this event, we will review Russia-related sanctions developments, as well as key issues and considerations affecting delisting objectives.
Join FTI and ACSS as we start with a higher-level review of the Russia sanctions types (US, EU) to lay the groundwork, and then discuss some interesting developments that highlight key issues regarding the Russia-related sanctions.
Duration: 75 minutes
Speakers: Eric J. Rudolph, FTI Consulting | Stephen Wilcox, FTI Consulting | Jim Huish, FTI Consulting
Moderator: Natasha Bright, Reporter, ACSS
Date: Thursday, Oct 01, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM – 01:15 PM EST
05:00 PM – 06:15 PM London
06:00 PM – 07:15 PM Amsterdam
Attendees will learn about several critical Russia-related developments, including:
- CAATSA developments in connection with Nord Stream and the Turkstream pipelines
- The OFAC Haverly case involving Russia sectoral sanctions
- Delistings of companies affiliated with Oleg Deripaska
- Sanctions against Rosneft affiliates in connection with Venezuela sanctions
- The recent general license for the GAZ Group
- Designations for election interference
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Eric J. Rudolph
Eric J. Rudolph is a Senior Director in the Export Controls & Sanctions offering in the Forensic & Litigation Consulting (FLC) segment at FTI Consulting. His work focuses on compliance with US commercial/dual-use and military export controls, and economic sanctions.
Eric has led, managed and participated in compliance reviews domestically and internationally (North America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia), internal investigations, International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR) counseling and investigation matters, jurisdiction and classification analyses, and training efforts. Eric assists companies by managing the risks associated with export controls and sanctions, with a focus on risk-based assessment of compliance needs, compliance program design, investigations, audits and reviews, and support of remediation activities.
Eric focuses on providing organizations with practical recommendations that reflect business culture, the nature of operations, and compliance history.
Prior to FTI, Stephen served 24 years in counterproliferation and export control roles for the US Government. He represented the United States’ national security and foreign policy interests to over 66 countries and worked extensively with foreign federal ministries, licensing organizations, international customs services, international law enforcement agencies, and trade associations.
Stephen most recently worked as the Acting Assistant Director, Export Control Officer Program of the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) and also served as the BIS Regional Export Control Officer at the US Embassy in Moscow, Russia and at the US Consulate in Frankfurt, Germany.
Jim specializes in international trade compliance including customs compliance, supply chain security, export controls, economic sanctions, antiboycott and related US and global regulations.
Jim helps his clients build or enhance their trade compliance programs through a practical approach to procedural enhancements, audits, and trainings that are properly benchmarked.
Having worked across multiple industry sectors he is able to provide both proactive and reactive solutions to clients, balancing these multi-jurisdictional laws and regulations with the practical realities of implementing sustainable solutions into the day-to-day operations of the company.
Jim has extensive experience advising clients on compliance matters using his supply chain and security background to define and deploy risk-based solutions.