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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
US prosecutors are accusing a UK and a Spanish citizen of conspiring with programmer Virgil Griffith to evade US sanctions on North Korea by providing the country with blockchain and cryptocurrency services.
26 April 2022
OFAC said Toll Holdings’ compliance measures “failed to keep up with the pace and complexity of its growing operations”.
25 April 2022
Singapore-based energy trading company Winson Group has distanced itself from the findings of a UN report reviewing allegations that the company is a “key node” in the North Korean government’s illicit procurement of fuel.
06 October 2021
A well-known cryptocurrency expert has admitted to conspiring to violate US sanctions over a lecture he gave in North Korea about how blockchain can be used to launder money and evade trade restrictions.
27 September 2021
US authorities have seized a ship allegedly involved in a scheme to provide North Korea with over $1.5 million worth of oil in violation of sanctions.
26 April 2021
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