SELA Webinar - Russia Sanctions: the Impact on Companies in SEE Region

06 June 2022

Our partner, Matej Perpar, shared his knowledge in the second session of the SELA's Webinar titled 'Russia Sanctions: the Impact on Companies in SEE Region' that was held on Thursday, May 26, 2022. He focused on EU's perspective regarding sanctions, challenges in various industries, business exits from Russia, as well as responses of SEE businesses.

He rounded up the webinar together with Uroš Popovič, partner from BD2P, who covered Non-EU perspective and guest speaker from Russia, Mr. Oliver Ćirić, partner from TA Advisory, who held the third session on Russian perspective.

You can listen to the webinar here and see the presentation here.

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