IPSA fined $259,200 by OFAC for Iran sanctions violations

IPSA International Services, Inc., a US-based risk management firm, has been fined $259,200 by OFAC for violating US sanctions on Iran. The violations, worth $290,784, are said to have occurred when IPSA assisted two countries with their citizenship by investment programmes. Some of the applicants to the programmes were Iranian nationals and, because most of the information about them could...

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