Exiger Russia Sanctions and Ukraine War Knowledge Hub

Many new sanctions already issued and more to come – do you know who you’re doing business with?

In response to the actions taken by Russia against Ukraine, many countries around the world have, or are considering, imposing further sanctions as a way to peacefully control the situation. These include restrictions on doing business with companies and people that are located in specific jurisdictions or that have Russian affiliations. We understand that this is a complicated matter for your business where compliance and reputational risks abound, and therefore understanding the extent of your exposure is paramount.

Don't play guess who. Mitigate your risk today:

EXIGER-Logo_No GRC

You may think because you don’t have customers located in Russia or the Ukraine that there is nothing for you to do – or, since all of your vendors are U.S. companies or located in the U.S., that these newly imposed sanctions don’t impact you. We’re here to tell you that is not the case.

Organizations globally need to have a close look through their corporate customer base, vendors and suppliers to uncover whether any of these partners have Russian/Ukrainian ties. These risks may be indirect – yet remain significant – not only for sanctions compliance reasons but also for supply chain management and sustainability.

Many of the sanctioned entities or individuals recently published have ownership in other entities. If that ownership in the aggregate is 50% or more, you can no longer do business with them. For instance, some of the sanctions announced on Russia’s largest bank (Sberbank) also impact 25 subsidiaries that are located not only in Russia but six other countries. 

Complex supply chains are interconnected not only through physical shipments of goods, but also through complex networks of intangible internet connectivity. Exiger is monitoring internet degrading which is causing significant disruptions in deep tier supply chain partners.

We have fielded a number of inquiries of clients’ expressed interest in expanded usage of our offerings and / or specific needs related to Russian exposure. Exiger recognizes that navigating this developing situation and ensuring coverage is quite challenging. Please reach out to understand how best we can support your programs.

General - Supply Chain Explorer
INTRODUCING THE WORLD'S FIRST REAL-TIME

Supply Chain Explorer

Rapidly surface, understand and mitigate critical threats to your entire supplier ecosystem – down to the Nth tier – with just one click. Supply Chain Explorer delivers unparalleled transparency, empowering companies and government agencies to meet the urgent imperative to protect global supply chains from sanctions, ESG, and cyber risk at unprecedented speed and scale.

Exiger is now offering limited registrations for early-access trial licenses. Join the fight to secure our supply chains.

REQUEST FREE EARLY ACCESS TRIAL

When you need a little extra help, Exiger Managed Services is helping teams manage alerts efficiently and safely.

LEARN MORE ABOUT EXIGER MANAGED SERVICES

"Today, Exiger applies its own sanctions."

Exiger's Mike Cherkasky denounces Russia's invasion.

Read Official Statement
Michael Cherkasky Sanction

Demo Exiger's Award-Winning AI for Russia Sanctions

GET EXIGER SCREENIQ