Yale CELI List of Companies Leaving and Staying in Russia
Updated By: Jeffrey Sonnenfeld and Yale Research Team: Meena Ambati, Wiktor Babinski, Will Berkley, Ahaan Bhansali, Yash Bhansali, Forrest Michael Bomann, Michal Boron, Tristan Brigham, Jesse Bross, Adnan Bseisu, Katie Burke, Lauren Cho, Cara Chong, Adriana Coleska, Maia Cook, Cam Coyle, Khulan Erdenedalai, Paola Flores Sanchez, Jake Seymour Garza, Kevin Grold, Tamara Gruslova, Hunter Harmon, Patrik Haverinen, Georgia Hirsty, Warner Hoshide, Daniel Jensen, Aditya Kabra, Nolan Kaputa, Mateusz Kasprowicz, Jay Kauffin, Sahana Kaur, Yuto Kida, Ava Leipzig, Victoria Liando, Cate Littlefield, Kasey Maguire, Marek Malinowski, Maksimas Milta, Rémi Moët-Buonaparte, Atin Narain, Christophe Navarre, Marina Negroponte, Camillo Padulli, Jeremy Perkins, Katya Pinchuk, Yevheniia Podurets, Aranyo Ray, Dorothea Robertson, Nick Shcherban, Franek Sokolowski, Andrew Sonneborn, David Sun, Christopher Sylvester, Steven Tian, Maria Trybus, Umid Usmanov, Ryan Vakil, Daria Valska, Bryson Wiese, Chris Wright, Michal Wyrebkowski, Nicole Xing, Lara Yellin, Steven Zaslavsky, Nick Zeffiro, and Grace Zhang.
June 4, 2023
How We Do It: We have a team of experts with backgrounds in financial analysis, economics, accounting, strategy, governance, geopolitics, and Eurasian affairs with collective fluency in ten languages including Russian, Ukrainian, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Hindi, Polish and English, compiling this unique dataset using both public sources such as government regulatory filings, tax documents, company statements, financial analyst reports, Bloomberg, FactSet, MSCI, S&P Capital IQ, Thomson Reuters and business media from 166 countries; as well as non-public sources, including a global wiki-style network of 150+ company insiders, whistleblowers and executive contacts.
Please click this link to see a simplified version of our list on the Yale website.