Violation Tracker Summary for Primary Offense Type

Offense Type: 
economic sanction violation
Penalty Total since 2000: 
$22,119,129,564
Number of Penalty Records: 
535
Note: 
The totals here are adjusted to account for the fact that each parent's entries may include both agency records and settlement announcements for the same case; or else a penalty covering multiple locations may be listed in the individual records for each of the facilities. They are also adjusted to reflect cases in which federal and state or local agencies cooperated and issued separate announcements of the outcome. Duplicate or overlapping penalty amounts are marked with an asterisk in the individual records list below.

Top 10 Parent CompaniesTotal Penalty $Number of Records
BNP Paribas$11,213,600,0003
Commerzbank$1,510,841,7966
Societe Generale$1,435,395,7758
UniCredit$1,154,536,6327
Credit Agricole$1,116,899,0856
Standard Chartered$1,009,226,4437
ING$619,000,0003
Mitsubishi Group$573,604,0476
ABN AMRO$560,025,8474
Credit Suisse$536,000,0002


Individual Penalty Records:

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Company Parent Parent Major Industrysort icon Year Agency Penalty Amount
Travelocity.com Expedia Group miscellaneous services 2007 OFAC $182,750
Xerox (UK) Limited Xerox miscellaneous services 2004 OFAC $5,207
University of California at Los Angeles University of California miscellaneous services 2003 OFAC $5,750
Expedia Expedia Group miscellaneous services 2019 OFAC $325,406
Volvo Construction Equipment North America, Inc. Volvo motor vehicles 2009 OFAC $33,000
DaimlerChrysler Fiat Chrysler Automobiles motor vehicles 2004 OFAC $32,500
American Honda Finance Corporation Honda motor vehicles 2017 OFAC $87,255
PACCAR Inc. Paccar motor vehicles 2019 OFAC $1,709,325
Toyota Motor Credit Corporation Toyota motor vehicles 2013 OFAC $23,400
Eni Petroleum Co. Inc. ENI oil and gas 2008 OFAC $6,562
Chevron Corporation Chevron oil and gas 2007 OFAC $2,000,000
Conoco Middle East Ltd. ConocoPhillips oil and gas 2004 OFAC $16,500
Conoco, Inc ConocoPhillips oil and gas 2004 OFAC $16,500
Chevron/Texaco Chevron oil and gas 2003 OFAC $14,071
Exxon Mobil Corp Exxon Mobil oil and gas 2003 OFAC $50,000
Exxon Mobil Exxon Mobil oil and gas 2017 OFAC $2,000,000
Schlumberger Oilfield Holdings Schlumberger oilfield services and supplies 2015 OFAC $232,708,356
Halliburton Atlantic Limited Halliburton oilfield services and supplies 2016 OFAC $304,706
Varco International, Inc. National Oilwell Varco oilfield services and supplies 2003 OFAC $7,428
National Oilwell Varco and Dreco Energy Services Ltd. National Oilwell Varco oilfield services and supplies 2016 OFAC (*) $5,976,028
Ameron International Corporation National Oilwell Varco oilfield services and supplies 2013 OFAC $434,700
National Oilwell Varco National Oilwell Varco oilfield services and supplies 2016 USAO $25,000,000
EMD Chemicals, Inc. Merck KGaA (EMD) pharmaceuticals 2007 OFAC $8,250
Chiron Corporation Ltd Novartis pharmaceuticals 2004 OFAC $168,500
DuPont Pharmaceuticals Company Bristol-Myers Squibb pharmaceuticals 2004 OFAC $6,600
Fort Dodge Animal Health Zoetis pharmaceuticals 2004 OFAC $26,956
ICN Pharmaceuticals, Inc Bausch Health pharmaceuticals 2004 OFAC $5,500
Barracuda Networks, Inc. Thoma Bravo private equity (including portfolio companies) 2015 OFAC $38,930
Aetna Life Insurance Company CVS Health retailing 2008 OFAC $5,210
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Walmart retailing 2003 OFAC $50,000
Amazon.com, Inc. Amazon.com retailing 2020 OFAC $134,523
Perot Systems Corporation Nippon Telegraph & Telephone telecommunications 2005 OFAC $21,776
Cable News Network, Inc. AT&T telecommunications 2004 OFAC $7,500
Ericsson, Inc. and Ericsson AB Ericsson telecommunications 2018 OFAC $145,893
World Fuel Services Corporation World Fuel Services wholesalers 2013 OFAC $39,501
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(*): Some penalties are partial or complete duplicates of other penalty records, either because a DOJ settlement duplicates an agency record or because EPA listed the full penalty for a company for each of the company's relevant facilities. Penalty amounts marked with an asterisk have been identified by Good Jobs First as duplicating other penalty amounts.