As Iran Sanctions Wane, SEC Reporting Will Not

As Iran Sanctions Wane, SEC Reporting Will Not

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An article by Marik String and David Horn, published in the January 25, 2016 issue of Bloomberg BNA's Securities Regulation & Law Report. As global companies assess the implications of Iran sanctions relief announced on January 16, 2016, they should remain mindful that their Iran-related activities will actually increase the complexity of their compliance obligations in several areas, including so called ''Section 219'' Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) disclosure requirements under the Iran Threat Reduction Act. In fact, requirements to disclose certain categories of Iran-related operations will remain unaffected by Iran sanctions relief, while continuing to cover many of the Iran-related business activities specifically contemplated by sanctions relief. Read more

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