The UAE Securities and Commodities Authority has issued a statement about freezing the bank accounts of nine Iranian nationals accused of terrorist activity.
According to the statement, all financial entities in the UAE must freeze all assets, securities, bank accounts and stocks for the nine persons indicated therein.
All accounts or stocks for persons involved with the nine individuals must also be frozen, according to the guidelines stipulated in the release.
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Financial entities must not implement the freeze except on those who have clearly met the criteria, otherwise they must refer to the SCA on a case-by-case basis to confirm.
#عاجل_وام | هيئة الأوراق المالية والسلع تحدد إجراءات تجميد حسابات 9 أشخاص وكيانات إيرانية ضمن قائمة الإرهاب pic.twitter.com/cDePDWytVr— وكالة أنباء الإمارات (@wamnews) July 3, 2018