US Courts Sentences Iranian To 23 Months Over Sanctions Evasion


US courts sentences Iranian to 23 months over sanctions evasion

Sat, 17 Oct 2020 | By middleeastmonitor | 10 Hits

The founder and CEO of an Iranian financial services firm was handed a 23month jail sentence in the US yesterday for conspiring to evade sanctions on the Islamic Republic Seyed Sajjad Shahidian 33 was convicted of conspiracy to defraud and commit offences against the US for his activities with his company Payment24 Shahidian was the founder and CEO of a financial services firm that employed a variety of fraudulent tactics designed to circumvent United States sanctions lawfully imposed on Iran US Attorney Erica MacDonald was quoted by Agence >>READ MORE



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