Trade sanctions against Russia

Complying with
sanctions on Russia

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on Wednesday 23 February has drawn a swift international response from western economies, including the UK.

This response includes what prime minister Boris Johnson is calling a “massive package” of trade sanctions against Russia to ensure the invasion ends in economic failure.

The IOE&IT is working directly with government to ensure traders have access to information, advice and guidance. As part of this effort, the IOE&IT has been updating members on the latest news through the Daily Update and hosted a free on ‘How to comply with sanctions on Russia’ on Wednesday 2 March.

Webinar recording

Complying with trade sanctions against Russia
  • First broadcast: 2 March 2022
  • Paul McComb, Director of UK Exports at DIT
  • Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies
  • Raymond Burgin, Customs and Trade Specialist, IOE&IT

Webinar slides

Complying with trade sanctions against Russia
  • Dated: 2 March 2022
  • Key principles of sanctions compliance
  • Direct and indirect trade with Russia
  • Getting paid by Russian customers

Latest news

News updates on trade with Russia
  • Companies pulling out of Russia
  • Global supply chain impacts
  • Impact on UK traders

Government guidance

Latest government advice
  • Banned products
  • Export controls
  • Consular support

Global Trade Sanctions Tracker

Real-time global trade sanctions tracker
  • Partnership between IOE&IT and Coriolis Technologies
  • Uses data from global government sources
  • Free to use