Venezuela’s Anti-Blockade Law and the Growth of Counter Sanctions Regulations

By Angel Nino Torres, CAFCA September 17, 2021 The Constitutional Anti-Blockade Law for National Development and the Guarantee of Human Rights (Ley Constitucional Antibloqueo para el Desarrollo...

Global Technology Companies Experience Wave of Compliance Failures

September 10, 2021 By Alejandro Leanez, ACSS Technology companies with cross-border activities across the globe can be subject to sanctions. The rapid advance of the technology sector creates...

UK Metes Out Fines in Second Wave of Global Anti-Corruption Sanctions

September 3, 2021 By Benoit Beaulieu, ACSS Reporter Five individuals have been sanctioned pursuant to the UK’s new Global Anti-Corruption Sanctions Regulations 2021. The targets of this latest wave...

Why the Top Taliban Leaders Are Not Sanctioned and What Lies Ahead

August 26, 2021 By Peter Piatetsky* With the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan, we reviewed who in the Taliban leadership is under sanctions. We found that, while the group itself is sanctioned by...

Iran Post-election Update: What Happens Now with the JCPOA?

August 18 , 2021 By Robert L. Williams III CAMS, Consultant* This article continues from my last one in March, The Biden Administration and Reopening Talks with Iran – What’s in Store? This focused...

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Steady Increase in OFAC Enforcement; A Shift Towards Unilateral Sanctions; A New Focus on International Trade; and much more, according to Accuity.

Steady Increase in OFAC Enforcement; A Shift Towards Unilateral Sanctions; A New Focus on International Trade; and much more, according to Accuity.

February 3, 2020 By: Anna Sayre, CSS, Director of Content, ACSS The global sanctions landscape is in a constant state of flux. From the U.S.’ stern outlook on Iran to the E.U.’s ever-tightening sanctions on Russia, our current global climate is...

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Compliance on the High Seas: Dissecting OFAC’s Maritime Shipping Advisories To-Date
Compliance on the High Seas: Dissecting OFAC’s Maritime Shipping Advisories To-Date

Compliance on the High Seas: Dissecting OFAC’s Maritime Shipping Advisories To-Date

February 22, 2020 By: Benoit Beaulieu, ACSS Reporter In accordance with sanction regimes targeting Syria’s Assad regime, North Korea, and Iran, maritime shipping has been a point of focus for sanctions authorities and those operating within...

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