• Deanna Clark-Esposito

OFAC Updates Week 9/14/20


September 15, 2020 The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has updated their Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons (SDN) List with Global Magnitsky (GLOMAG) designations on a Cambodia entity and certain Moroccan individuals. GLOMAG designations are placed on entities that are suspected of committing human rights violations.

See the SDN List Below: https://bit.ly/TreasurySDNList September 16, 2020 OFAC has updated their SDN List with cyber-related Russian designations.

See the SDN List Below: https://bit.ly/TreasurySDNList


September 17, 2020 OFAC has updated their SDN List with an extensive amount of designations in response to counter-terrorism actions, general Iran-related military action and suspicious cyber activities in Iran and Lebanon.

See the SDN List Below: https://bit.ly/TreasurySDNList

September 9, 2020

OFAC and Comtech Telecommunications Corp. have agreed to $894,111 settlement for four apparent violations of the Sudanese Sanctions regulations between June 2014 and October 2015. Through its subsidiary, Cometech EF Data Corp., Comtech exported satellite equipment and facilitated services and training to government-affiliated entities in Sudan. Comtech voluntarily disclosed the violations but OFAC still deemed the violations to be an egregious case.


See the Web Notice Below:

http://bit.ly/ComtechSudanOFACViolations Have questions related to anything you've read above? Feel free to connect with us using the Contact form at the bottom of the Home page.

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