OFAC


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AcronymDefinition
OFACOffice of Foreign Assets Control (US Treasury)
OFACOffice Federal de l'Aviation Civile
OFACOntario Farm Animal Council (Canada)
OFACOrganic Fertilizer Association of California
OFACOlmsted Falls Airport Committee
OFACOld Firehouse Art Center (Longmont, CO)
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"Over the past year, the IRGC-QF has moved oil worth hundreds of millions of dollars or more through this network for the benefit of the brutal Assad regime, Hizballah and other illicit actors," OFAC said.
The bank added that it would take all necessary measures to reveal the truth and appeal the OFAC's decision before the competent authorities.
"The OFAC 's claim about transferring money for Iraqi militias, which was cited by anti-Iran media outlets a few days ago, is far from reality and unaccounted for," the BMI said in a statement.
"With the restrictions imposed by the OFAC on European aircraft companies, it would not be an easy task for them to deliver planes to Iran," Samani told Trend on July 24.
OFAC years ago issued a general license authorizing gifts and mail being sent to Iran.
EN+ published a press release on 9 April 2018 indicating that legal counsel is assessing the impact of the OFAC sanctions on the group.
[USA], April 7 ( ANI ): The United States Department of Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) on Friday imposed sanctions upon seven of Russia's richest oligarchs who allegedly have ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
As part of OFAC's enforcement efforts, the office publishes a list of individuals, groups and entities (a) owned and controlled by, or acting on behalf of, targeted countries or (b) who are terrorists and narcotics traffickers designated under sanctions programs that are not country-specific.
Integra Systems provides customer due diligence and OFAC scanning solutions to financial institutions, insurance companies, auto dealers, brokerage firms, healthcare providers and more.
Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), the agency in charge of enforcing U.S.
Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Wednesday removed a private cement factory from a blacklist of Sudanese firms and individuals subjected to economic sanctions.