Following numerous high-profile corporate leaks, from the Panama Papers to the so-called Troika Laundromat, Russia is applying greater restrictions to its public record information – bucking the global trend for transparency.
Investigators and legal counsel operating in Russia will need to consider the consequences of a more secretive Russia if they want to pursue successful recovery and enforcement, locally and abroad.
On 15 June 2021 Raedas hosted a webinar where the practical implications following increased public record restrictions in Russia were reviewed. Our panel of Russia experts – Raedas Associate Directors Matthew Walker and Tobias Vollmer, Candey Partner Ben Wells, Carey Olson Associate Izabella Prusskaya and Journalist Anastasia Stognei discussed:
- How to gather lawful evidence to support litigation and arbitration in Russia
- The practical mechanisms for recovery and tracing assets
- Adjusting investigations, enforcement strategies and insolvency remedies both inside and outside of Russia
- Collection of information in the BVI and its use by courts and arbitration tribunals in the Russian Federation.
You can watch the event on demand, here. For any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org