Che Sidanius is the Global Head of Financial Crime & Industry Affairs at Refinitiv (an LSEG business). His role is to identify regulatory changes and lead programs of action with the sole purpose of enhancing the fight against financial crime more effective and delivering the best possible outcome for the industry. Together with the World Economic Forum and Europol, he’s the founder of the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime and Co-Chair of the B20’s Integrity and Compliance Taskforce

Prior to joining Refinitiv, his work experiences include being a Senior Advisor to the Bank of England’s Financial Stability Directorate and previously a Senior Bank Examiner at the Federal Reserve Bank of NY. His most notable awards included receiving the Presidential Award for managing the 2007-09 Financial Crisis and a driving force behind Refinitiv’s Impact Company of the year award in 2019 and contributor to the same award in 2021

Che received his Master’s in International Affairs from the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University and undergraduate degree in Political Science from UC Berkeley in California.

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Fireside Chat: Sanctions Scenario Planning - what sanctions should we expect as next if the Russian invasion continues?

19/04/2022 / 17:30 - 17:55

Which type of restrictions will Russia have to face when the conflict continues and intensifies? Are there any sanction opportunities that have not been identified yet? Alternatively, even if the conflict settles, the damage has been done, so what sanctions are to be lifted first or which ones might potentially not be lifted at all? These are just some of the potential scenarios that Che will reflect on with Caroline.