- A review of US economic sanctions in 2018
- Regulatory developments
- Enforcement activity
- Financial institutions remain under scrutiny
- OFAC quietly resolved a long-standing and contentious enforcement action
- OFAC has a long memory
- Screening gaps can lead to liability
- Looking forward
Law360, Expert Analysis: In 2018, the US government strengthened sanctions targeting Iran, Russia and Venezuela, sanctioned an agency of the Chinese government and completed the second largest sanctions-related enforcement action on record. And the evidence suggests 2019 will be equally tumultuous, say attorneys with Ropes & Gray LLP.
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