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Listening when sanctions regulators speak
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Maintaining a robust sanctions compliance program requires vigilance and responsiveness to updated standards set by regulators. Compliance expectations may be discerned from enforcement...

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OFAC, EU and UK financial sanctions: are you compliant?
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This infographic sets out key considerations that should be taken into accountwhen acquiring a target or planning investments to ensure compliance with OFAC, EU and UK financial...

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Listening when sanctions regulators speak
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Earlier this year, both the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control andthe UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office issued sanctions...

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OFSI fines Swedish telecoms company over Syria sanctions breaches

The Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) has fined the UK subsidiary of Swedish telecoms company Telia £146,341 for breaching UK sanctions laws, and specially the Syria ...

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U.S. Government issues new Executive Order targeting Turkey
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U.S. President Donald Trump blocking property and suspending entry of certain people who are contributing to the situation in Syria, with the result thatU.S. persons generally are...

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U.S. government issues new executive order targeting Turkey and sanctions the Turkish Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, and others International Trade Alert

On 14 October, President Donald Trump issued Executive Order 13894, Blocking Property and Suspending Entry of Certain Persons Contributing to the Situation in Syria (EO).

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English court upholds bank's contractual right to withhold payments to avoid risk of U.S. secondary sanctions
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The English High Court has given effect to the terms of a loan agreement relieving a financial institution of the obligation to make interest payments, where to do so would risk the...

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English Court upholds a bank's contractual right to withhold payments to avoid the risk of US secondary sanctions

The English High Court has given effect to the terms of a loan agreement relieving a financial institution of the obligation to make interest payments, where to do so would risk the...

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Listening when sanctions regulators speak
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Maintaining a robust sanctions compliance program requires vigilance and responsiveness to updated standards set by regulators. Compliance expectations may be discerned from enforcement...

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