Russia-Ukraine Conflict: One Year On
The crisis in Ukraine has profound global implications, not least the tragic destruction of life and property and the growing humanitarian crisis in the region.
Wherever they are based, businesses are now faced with a fast changing sanctions landscape, restrictions on the movement of goods and assets, and insurers are facing a range of issues to address, not least an examination of ‘war’ clauses in contractual obligations.
The increased threat of cyber-attacks and the continued interruption to events and businesses – many still recovering from two years of a global pandemic – present yet more challenges and threats to doing business, reinforcing the wide-ranging impact of this situation (and of the rest of the world’s response).
Our ‘Crisis in Ukraine’ hub offers insights into the impact of the crisis in Ukraine and focuses on the implications of sanctions, flight bans and many of the other direct and indirect consequences of the conflict as it creates a complex and volatile business and risk landscape.
You can also sign up for relevant updates about the crisis in Ukraine and Russia (and wider related issues) at the bottom of this page.