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Iranian Bank Must Name All Clients In $4B UK Sanctions Suit

Law360, London (March 15, 2019, 4:59 PM GMT) -- An Iranian bank suing the U.K. government for $4 billion over its enforcement of nuclear sanctions, which were later struck down, must hand over the names and addresses of all its customers to HM Treasury, the Court of Appeal ruled on Friday.

The judges have rejected an appeal by Bank Mellat against a High Court ruling from September that ordered the lender to provide an unredacted “master list” of clients to British authorities before trial. (AP) Three senior judges rejected an appeal by Bank Mellat against a High Court ruling from September, which had ordered the lender to provide an unredacted “master list”...

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