International economic sanctions have made the headlines during the past year as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Hence, we thought it’d be wise to host a webinar delving deeper into the use of this policy tool and what is required from businesses to comply with its many stipulations.
So, join us on Wednesday, September 21st at 14:00 BST to learn all about international economic sanctions, their purpose, how they work, their impact on businesses, and a whole lot more.
Some of the questions to be tackled by our panellists include:
- What are international economic sanctions?
- What are the different types of economic sanctions?
- When are they applied or used? By whom?
- What are their main objectives?
- Generally speaking, how do they work?
- How effective are sanctions in delivering results?
- Are there any glaring disadvantages to the application of sanctions?
- How do they impact firms doing business with sanctioned countries or entities?
- How should firms go about complying with the stipulations posed by a set of sanctions? Are there any solutions out there that facilitate this process?
- And plenty more!
Book your spot below and come loaded with any questions you might have for our panellists.
Hope to see you there!
Mykhailo Koltsov, Head of Training and Development, YouControl, Ukraine
Mykhailo is the Head of the Training and Development department at the IT company YouControl, a Ukrainian company that has developed an analytical system for compliance, market analysis, business intelligence, and investigation that generates a full profile for every company in Ukraine based on open data, tracks changes in state registers, and reveals links between affiliates. Mykhailo has close to 16 years of experience in business intelligence and analytics and has been engaged in projects related to data analysis and in-depth verification of counterparties based on open data.
Adonis Pegasiou, Academic Director, European Institute of Management & Finance, Cyprus
Adonis Pegasiou is the Academic Director of EIMF since May 2019. He holds a PhD in Politics (University of Manchester), an MSc in European Policy Studies (University of Bristol), and a BSc in Economics (London School of Economics (LSE)).
Furthermore, he holds the ‘Certified Global Sanctions Specialist’ (CGSS) Certification offered by the Association of Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) and a Diploma in ‘Governance, Risk and Compliance’ (Merit) offered by the International Compliance Association (ICA).
Following his doctoral studies, he held positions in the public and private sectors including Cyprus Airways (Head of Chairman’s Office and Non-Executive Board Member), the Secretariat of Cyprus Presidency of the Council of EU, the Embassy of Kuwait in Cyprus (Consultant to the Ambassador) and the Cyprus Cooperative Bank (Non-Executive Board Member – appointed by the Government and approved by the Parliament and European Central Bank).
In between his professional appointments, Adonis Pegasiou was awarded post-doctoral research funding by the Research Promotion Foundation of the Republic of Cyprus to examine the ‘Europeanisation of Cyprus’s economy’. For the duration of the post-doctoral project, he was based at the EUC Research Centre (Cyprus) and was also a Visiting Fellow at the Hellenic Observatory of the LSE.
In addition, he has been involved in numerous research projects, published his work in various peer-reviewed journals and participated in numerous international conferences.