In May 2019, OFAC released its Framework for a Sanctions Compliance Program. OFAC announced that it intended to increase the prosecution of individuals for sanctions violations. OFAC has brought two cases against individuals, and last week settled its third case against an individual since its May 2019 announcement. The latest case involves prohibited transactions with Iran relating to the cement clinker business. The individual, a...
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