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So, what do you think?

I’ve been writing this blog for 5 months now, and I’m gratified by my hardy band of followers (you folks). But, in order to produce content, I need to know – what do you think of this? Are the items useful to you? Do they have enough detail? Would you […]

Events page updates

Three changes to the events calendar: That ACAMS conference in Cancun for July 31-August 2has re-appeared – its removal must have been a mistake There is now a link for the fall ACAMS conference in Vegas – doesn’t have much detail yet, but… Added a June 20-21 event in Washington […]

Today’s Good Read on Sanctions

United States: Eased Sanctions Present New Opportunities and Risks is over at Mondaq.com. It summarizes in a nice, succinct way, the recent easing of sanctions against Burma, Libya and Yemen. Mondaq requires registration, but it’s free. Kudos to Matt Godson of Momentum Event Group, who sent the link my way […]

A question from one of our readers

Gustavo Vianna-Biehler from Banco de la Nacion Argentina saw my piece in ACAMS Connection that I posted yesterday on the Publications page, and asks: A substantial portion of Iran’s foreign trade (oil) is with China. Does China participate in the Iran sanctions agreements?. What about India?. Could it be the […]

Last Week: HMT ends the week with a bang

Three updates from Her Majesty’s Treasury (HMT) on Friday: First, the UN removed four individuals from the UN Al-Qaida list: 1. BIN MARZUKI, Zulkepli. DOB: 03/07/1968. POB: Selangor, Malaysia Nationality: Malaysian Passport Details: A 5983063 National Identification no: 680703-10-5821 Address: Taman Puchong Perdana, State of Selangor, Malaysia. Other Information: UN […]