Collecting and Spending Sanctions Fines

David Williams, Editor, ACSS
December 4, 2021

Largest U.S. Confiscation of Iranian Fuel Displays Sanctions Evasion Tactics in a Petroleum-Product Deal

September 17, 2020 By: Saskia Rietbroek CSS, Executive Director, ACSS If you are wondering how sanctions evasion works in a petroleum product deal, you should read the recent forfeiture action by...

Secondary Sanctions: Broad Reach and Inconsistent Enforcement Present Compliance Challenges for Global Companies and Their Executives

August 07, 2020 By: Jack Walsh, Reporter ACSS For compliance officers, particularly those working for non-U.S. companies, the proliferation of secondary sanctions in recent years has introduced an...

UK Enforcement Update: OFSI Shows its Teeth as Penalties for Sanctions Violations Jump into the Millions

July 18, 2020 By: Daniel Martin, Partner, HFW* After a slow start, the U.K. sanctions authority - The Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) - has now begun to show its teeth. However,...

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Secondary Sanctions: Broad Reach and Inconsistent Enforcement Present Compliance Challenges for Global Companies and Their Executives

Secondary Sanctions: Broad Reach and Inconsistent Enforcement Present Compliance Challenges for Global Companies and Their Executives

August 07, 2020 By: Jack Walsh, Reporter ACSS For compliance officers, particularly those working for non-U.S. companies, the proliferation of secondary sanctions in recent years has introduced an array of challenges. By imposing secondary...

A Tough Cop in a Bad Neighborhood: Singapore’s Sanctions Regimes, Regulatory Authorities, and Areas of Concern for International Business

A Tough Cop in a Bad Neighborhood: Singapore’s Sanctions Regimes, Regulatory Authorities, and Areas of Concern for International Business

March 2, 2020 By: Jack Walsh, Content Writer, ACSS From a regulatory perspective, Singapore is an intriguing case study.  On the one hand, the country is a financial and transportation hub for a region that is rife with transnational security...

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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