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OFAC issued new guidance for businesses supplying “instant payment systems” after finding that Tango Card committed thousands of potential sanctions breaches, racking up a maximum penalty of $9.2 billion.
03 October 2022
20 September 2022
A dual US and Iranian citizen has admitted shipping software and radio parts to Iran in breach of US sanctions and export controls.
29 June 2022
A London court has ordered a retired businessman to forfeit criminal proceeds from a scheme to send fighter jet parts to Iran in violation of arms controls.
09 June 2022
OFAC said Toll Holdings’ compliance measures “failed to keep up with the pace and complexity of its growing operations”.
25 April 2022
Meng Wanzhou, the CFO of Chinese telecoms company Huawei, on 24 September resolved allegations that she violated US sanctions laws, paving the way for her to be freed from detainment in Canada.
24 September 2021
OFAC said that NewTek erroneously believed that it could sell its products to Iran provided they weren’t shipped directly to the country.
10 September 2021
OFAC said that the issue stemmed from First Bank’s erroneous belief that US sanctions don’t apply to companies operating outside the country.
31 August 2021
Information management company Iron Mountain says that it has mistakenly destroyed material related to a US sanctions probe focused on its dealings with Iranian entities.
09 August 2021
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