OFAC fines Hong Kong trading firm over Iran sanctions

The US fined a Hong Kong trading company $5 million after several employees went rogue and carried out transactions that violated sanctions on Iran.

Under-staffed and overwhelmed, OFAC grapples with delays

The US sanctions agency is facing criticism from private sector lawyers about its slow response to licensing and enforcement matters.

Cuban embargo lawsuit against Société Générale, BNP Paribas fails

The French banks are the latest to defeat claims brought under the Helms-Burton Act.

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