Analysis, Operational Resilience

Banks quitting Russia face mountain of risks

By Giovanni Legorano
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International banks under growing regulatory pressure to exit Russia face a host of hurdles and risks, with few options to limit collateral damage.

Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in 2022, many international banks have opted to stay in Russia and scale back operations, hoping to resume business once ...

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