U.S. comptroller warns international banks of transactions from Venezuela, Ecuador, Nicaragua and Iran connection

Posted on February 25, 2012 • Filed under: Ecuador, Nicaragua, Venezuela

The director of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency of the United States, John Wagner, has warned international banks to be aware of transactions that are generated in Venezuela, Ecuador and Nicaragua, as part of preventing financial transactions linked to Iran the risk of incurring consequences if the U.S. imposed sanctions on that country. Wagner said such warnings as part of the Twelfth Annual Conference on Prevention of Money Laundering International Bankers Association of Florida (FIBA), Miami, with the participation of 1,150 bankers from 40 countries. Read Article

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