Ario Dehghani has over 10 years of professional experience in the fields of compliance, data protection and privacy, white collar investigations and EU law. Prior to joining Sayenko Kharenko, Ario worked for more than seven years at the Hogan Lovells’ Munich office, where he focused on white collar, compliance and internal investigations.
Ario Dehghani is one of the most experienced experts in Ukraine in preventing, identifying, eliminating and mitigating compliance risks at both national and global levels. He advises clients on all types of compliance matters and regularly handles sophisticated internal investigations related to, amongst others, FCPA and UK Bribery Act issues. His areas of expertise cover anti-bribery, anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, sanctions, data protection, regulatory and product compliance matters.
Ario is also adept at performing compliance due diligence, implementing and auditing internal compliance systems, conducting compliance investigations and delivering customised training for in-house compliance officers. He has extensive experience across a variety of sectors, including the chemical, life science, electronic, IT, automotive, consumer goods and energy sectors.
Ario provides courses on German private and public law and holds open lectures on Compliance and EU law topics. He is a Co-Director of the Institute of German Law at the National University Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (NaUKMA), an interdisciplinary institution of comparative research with a focus on German and Ukrainian law.
Draft data protection law submitted to the Ukrainian Parliament
European Commission adopts the new Standard Contractual Clauses
Ukraine: Overview of developments in critical information infrastructure regulation
Global investigations guide 2021. Ukraine
Is Ukraine ready for a new data-driven world?
FCPA - reliable compliance as a "must have" investment (In Ukrainian)
European investigations guide 2020. Ukraine
The era of great disclosures (In Russian)
Criminal liability risks for compliance officers: a multi-jurisdictional perspective. Part II
Gradual exiting from quarantine: time to evaluate internal business processes (In Russian)
What is an internal investigation: the main features and stages of conduct (In Russian)
Ukraine must cultivate culture of compliance