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The trial of Lundin Energy and two executives for alleged complicity in war crimes in Sudan is set to last two-and-and-half years.
04 September 2023
18 October 2021
The two OFAC enforcement actions against separate Schlumberger subsidiaries add to a list of sanctions problems that the company has experienced in recent years.
28 September 2021
The US Treasury Department’s sanctions enforcer has slapped the Bank of China’s UK arm with a $2.3 million penalty for executing over $40 million worth of transactions on behalf of Sudanese customers.
27 August 2021
The New York-based Comtech has reached a settlement with the US Treasury Department for indirectly exporting satellite equipment to the once-sanctioned Sudanese civil aviation authority and for providing product training to its staff.
18 September 2020
27 September 2019
The US Treasury Department has suspended over $200 million of a potential fine to the British Arab Commercial Bank for breaching sanctions after consulting with a UK financial regulator.
18 September 2019
Société Générale executives and global compliance managers were aware that the bank was conducting transactions in Cuba that violated US sanctions for a decade before Société Générale self-reported to US authorities.
20 November 2018
12 July 2017
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