On April 29, from 2:30 to 5 PM. Finance Latvia Association, in collaboration with Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Employers’ Confederation of Latvia, Foreign Investors Council in Latvia, State Revenue Service, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and KPMG, will hold a business seminar aimed at raising awareness and facilitating understanding for businesses about the application of the international sanctions that limit the movement of goods with Russia and Belarus.

The participants will have the possibility to submit questions using sli.do. #sankcijas

You can watch the English recording HERE 

The webinar will be held in Latvian (with English translation provided). You can watch the livestream of the event on LCCI website and Facebook page.
The recording and presentations of the speakers will be available after the event.


Saiva Krastiņa, Sanctions Expert at Citadele Bank and Representative in Finance Latvia Association Financial Sanctions work group. Sanctions of the European Union against Russia and Belarus- life next to North Korea.

Nauris Rumpe, Head of the Strategic Goods Export Control Division. Explanation about the types of goods included in sanctions and their identification.

Dace Brimberga, Head of the State Revenue Service Customs Administration Risk Management Divisions Restriction and Prohibitions Monitoring Unit. The role of customs in supervision of sanctions.

Igors Petrovs, Board member of the BluOr Bank and Head of the Finance Latvia’s International Financial Sanctions work group. Sanction risk management in businesses.

Edvards Grasis, Head of Risk Management Services at KPMG in Latvia. Supply chain and cooperating partner analysis in context of export/ import restrictions.

Event will be moderated by Advisor at Finance Latvia Association- Laima Letiņa.

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