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In the latest sanctions round-up, Santander has denied a media report that suggested the lender breached US sanctions against Iran, while French prosecutors have charged Lafarge with sanctions evasion and financing terrorist groups.
15 February 2024
The judge described video blogger Graham Phillips as “a Russian asset” who has decided to “help Russia fight its propaganda war”.
15 January 2024
The New York-based law firm disclosed in a FARA filing that the head of its investigations practice met with officials at the DOJ and Department of State in 2016 amid probes into the Ukrainian energy company.
08 January 2024
A Ukrainian NGO has met with senior enforcement officials in the justice and commerce departments to encourage them to disrupt Russia’s access to high-tech machine tools produced by companies in the West and allied countries.
21 December 2023
A court in the European Union has ruled to maintain Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich’s sanctions designation in the bloc.
20 December 2023
A Dutch court has sentenced a Russian man to prison for a year-and-a-half and penalised his company following the Netherlands’ first trade sanctions trial since the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
01 November 2023
The Florida-based metals executive also agreed to forfeit $160 million obtained through his illicit dealings with Sergey Kurchenko, a sanctioned Ukrainian national, as part of his plea agreement.
04 October 2023
Sergey Karpushkin agreed to pay $4.7 million in forfeiture as part of his plea.
08 September 2023
07 September 2023
04 September 2023
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