Business programme

Anti-Corruption Compliance in the Context of Economic Sanctions

Congress Centre, conference hall B2
Control, Oversight and Regulation
The global economic sanctions imposed on Russian businesses pose a number of challenges, including with regard to anti-corruption compliance. This session will focus on a range of aspects related to minimizing any possible negative impact experienced by Russian businesses:
• Anti-corruption compliance as a means of minimizing risk in the context of economic sanctions.
• The government’s role in building and implementing an anti-corruption compliance system for organizations.
• Raising awareness in the private sector of matters to do with tackling corruption in the new reality, and the need to do so.
• Digital transformation as assisting in anti-corruption compliance.
• Best practices in anti-corruption compliance in the context of economic sanctions.
• The need to include a sanctions-related clause in contracts (articles 406.1 and 431.2 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation).


Vitaly Belinsky
Adviser of Office on Combating Corruption, Presidential Executive Office of Russian Federation


Alexander Anikin
Deputy Head of the Office of the President of the Russian Federation for Combating Corruption
Alexander Zanin
Head of the Center for Organizing the Fight Against Corruption, Russian Railways
Ilya Kucherov
Deputy Director, Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation
Svetlana Orlova
Auditor of Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation
Sergey Taut
Lawyer, Expert, Pepeliaev Group