|Developers:||Federal Tax Service (FTS)|
|Date of the premiere of the system:||May 2022|
|Branches:||State and social structures|
- Sanctions and restrictions in the field of high technology against Russia
- US and EU sanctions on the Russian oil and gas sector
- Sanctions of Ukraine against Russia
- EU sanctions against Russia
2022: A closed register of sub-sanction legal entities is being created in Russia. It will be led by the Federal Tax Service
According to Vedomosti, the Federal Tax Service will be able to limit access to information in the Unified State Register of Legal Entities (Unified State Register of Legal Entities) and in the state accounting information resource (BFD resource) in relation to Russian legal entities to which sanctions are applied or in theory "can be applied."
The grounds for inclusion in the closed registry will be as follows:
- sanctions against a specific legal entity;
- indirect restrictions due to the control of the sub-sanction legal entity;
- the threat of sanctions to the legal entity.
It is noted that the concealment of these sub-sanctions companies existed in Russia before, but now a single mechanism will appear to limit access to them. By May 2022, enterprises from the Crimea, as well as banks working with state defense orders, may ask for blocking information.
This initiative will close existing gaps in the legal technique of already existing documents, said Kira Vinokurova, a lawyer at the Pen & Paper Bar Association. She added that the decree increases the ability to limit access to information that can be used to supplement the sanctions lists.
The purpose of the draft resolution is to counter sanctions, said Sergey Kolesnikov, head of tax practice at Intellectual Capital Law Firm. He noted that after the adoption of the decision, information from the FTS Internet bases will disappear from public access.
Maria Lyubimova, head of the practice of International Arbitration and Cross-Border Disputes at the Regionservice Bar Association, believes that not only legal entities that have already been sanctioned, but also those who are at risk of their introduction, including due to interaction with sub-sanctions, will be able to get into such a register.