All South Sudan articles

  • Glencore HQ

    Glencore Energy’s $324M fine for bribery comes with warning to others


    Glencore Energy UK was ordered to pay nearly £281 million (U.S. $314 million) in fines and costs after an investigation by the U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) found it paid $29 million in bribes to gain preferential access to oil in Africa to boost profits.

  • Spinning globe

    FATF adds four jurisdictions to AML/CFT watchlist


    The Financial Action Task Force added Haiti, Malta, the Philippines, and South Sudan to its “grey list” focused on areas subject to increased monitoring for deficiencies in fighting financial crime.

  • Blog

    OFAC eases sanctions on Sudan; terrorism concerns persist


    The Trump administration has dropped most of the U.S. sanctions targeting Sudan, also removing it from the list of nations targeted by a controversial travel ban. The White House stopped short, however, of removing the war-torn country from its terrorism watch list.

  • Blog

    EU sanctions three South Sudan officials


    The European Council has added three persons involved in serious human rights violations to the list of those submitted to a travel ban and an asset freeze in view of the situation in South Sudan.