Top 10 Red Flags on Potential Russian Sanctions Evasion Attempts
Sanctions evasion may occur through various means and financial institutions and other entities subject to AML regulations should anticipate that they will be examined with respect to the steps they are taking to monitor and report on transactions that may be characteristic of sanctions evasion.
Red flag indicators listed in FinCEN Alerts and other government publications not only serve as a guide to what may constitute potentially suspicious transactions, but are also an indication of the review or audit areas that may be subject to future examination and evaluation.
Duration: 75 minutes
Tracy Manning, Director of Financial Crime Compliance | LexisNexis
Alexander Witt, Sanctions & Export Controls Consultant | ACSS
Moderator: Alexander Witt, Sanctions & Export Controls Consultant, ACSS
CSS Credits: 1
Date: Thursday, September 01, 2022
Time: 10:00 AM – 11:15 AM New York (EST)
03:00 PM – 04:15 PM London (GMT)
04:00 PM – 05:15 PM Amsterdam (CET)
What you will learn:
- Red flags involving shell companies used by Russian oligarchs
- Red flags involving virtual currency
- Red flags involving unsanctioned Russian and Belarus financial institutions that retain at least some access to the international financial system.
- Red flags involving real estate, precious metals and more.
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Director of Financial Crime Compliance
Sanctions & Export Controls Consultant