| BELARUS |
| BELARUS |

Uncover hidden risk from Belarus
sanctions and export controls

The EU, U.S., U.K., and Canada have imposed sanctions and trade restrictions against Belarus in the wake of human rights violations and the presidential election of Alyaksandr Lukashenka marred by fraud. This includes sanctions that target certain imports to and exports from the country, state-owned enterprises (SOEs), and businesses in key sectors of the national economy.

Kharon’s Belarus dataset provides the intelligence you need to surface potential exposure to companies that are owned or controlled by parties sanctioned by the EU, U.S., U.K., and Canada. This dataset includes Belarusian SOEs and other privately held companies with global operations.

Seamless integration
and updates

Kharon’s Belarus dataset can be seamlessly integrated into your current screening, monitoring, and due diligence frameworks to help your enterprise effectively manage risk while reducing operational costs. Kharon’s enriched data provides timely critical insights on new sanctions listings and delistings, aggregated and shifting ownership structures, and key developments that can present material risk.

STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES

SANCTIONED INDUSTRIES

GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN RISK

The Belarus dataset alerts you to
restricted parties and red flags

  • Entities owned or controlled by the Government of Belarus (SOEs)
  • Entities majority owned (50% or more) by actors sanctioned by the EU and U.S.
  • Entities minority owned (between 10% and 50%) by actors sanctioned by the EU and U.S.
EXPERT COVERAGE
REDUCED OPERATIONAL COSTS
PROTECTION AGAINST OVERSCREENING

Case study: Belarusian oligarch

Case study: Belarusian oligarch

Belarusian oligarch Aliaksandr Shakutsin was sanctioned by the EU in 2020 for benefiting from and supporting the Lukashenka regime. He owns or controls a number of companies that are either located in or conduct business with EU markets.