Romania’s First Bank and its parent company, US investment firm J C Flowers, have entered into a US$862,318 settlement with the US treasury department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) for apparent violations of the Iran and Syria sanctions programmes.

The bank, which provides letters of credit and documentary collections in its trade finance offering, disclosed sanctions violations in its trade finance operations.

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