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Iran Sanctions Compliance

Several countries have placed restrictions on doing business with Iran, foremost among them the United States.

These restrictions also apply to dealings with Iranian-complicit entities which aid the country in circumventing many of the international censures placed upon it. Unfortunately, numerous GCC companies and financial institutions fall under this latter definition.

Businesses that find themselves implicated in business relations or dealings that fall foul of these restrictions can suffer extensive legal liability and prosecution, as well as other negative outcomes. Individuals may face criminal charges and imprisonment.

Info-Prod helps clients avoid exposure by conducting expert background checks, certifying to clients that the entity they wish to deal with does not have problematic business relations or interests in Iran.

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