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The director of the US government unit tasked with holding Russian oligarchs accountable for sanctions violations and other crimes asked members of the US Senate Judiciary Committee to back legislation that would increase the statute of limitations on foreign offences, among other things.
20 July 2022
A London judge has ruled that funds held in bank accounts linked to sanctioned Russian billionaire Petr Aven can be used to pay for running costs.
19 July 2022
OFAC said the credit card company faced a fine of over $300 million if it hadn’t cooperated with the agency’s investigation and improved its sanctions compliance systems.
18 July 2022
Intertech Trading Corporation will pay $140,000 in fines for undervaluing shipments to Russia and Ukraine if court accepts plea agreement.
14 July 2022
GIR has obtained the guiding principles that the UK’s tax and customs agency uses to resolve criminal investigations into companies accused of violating export restrictions.
13 July 2022
GIR looks at the lawyers hired to represent Russians seeking to overturn their European Union sanctions listings.
13 July 2022
Details of the oligarch’s legal challenge against his EU sanctions designation became public on Monday.
11 July 2022
A parliamentary committee has concluded that the UK’s underfunded law enforcement agencies have failed to effectively utilise unexplained wealth orders.
30 June 2022
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