The Woman Who Got Big Banks to Pay Billions for Breaking Iran Sanctions

  • At Manhattan DA, Billings set path toward Credit Agricole deal
  • Nearly $15 billion paid to settle Iran sanction cases

Counting Credit Agricole SA’s $787 million settlement, global banks have now paid nearly $15 billion in fines, penalties and forfeitures in six years for violating U.S. sanctions laws. 

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