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Jan 07, 2014

Sanctions Round Up: Fourth Quarter 2013

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As 2013 drew to a close, a potentially groundbreaking agreement was reached with Iran regarding its nuclear program, leading to much speculation about how certain sanctions might be suspended, and under what conditions. While the majority of this year’s actions focused on Iran, OFAC continued to announce a number of designations made under the other US sanctions programs, including those targeting terrorism, transnational criminal organizations, and narcotics traffickers. OFAC also announced a handful of settlements stemming from apparent sanctions-related violations, including the largest-ever settlement with a non-financial institution. Finally, the EU took steps to re-blacklist a number of persons whose designations had previously been annulled by EU courts while those courts continued to review additional contested designations.

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