Case Study: US Arms Dealer Automatic Status of Denial from US DDTC, 2014

While Bert was solving a US Arms Dealer’s problems in Kurdistan, Libya, Nigeria, South Africa, Bulgaria, and Belgium Bert discovered that the biggest problem was that in June of 2013 the US Arms Dealer had received a letter from DDTC stating that they were placed on the Automatic Status of Denial list with DDTC due to questionable transactions and possible FCPA violations.  This was made evident to Bert in October of 2014.  At that time Bert reached out directly to DDTC on behalf of the US Arms Dealer to discover the complete issues.  Through Bert’s involvement a meeting was arranged with the US Arms Dealer and DTCC, the compliance arm of DDTC, for November 13th, 2014.  Upon completion of that meeting the US Arms Dealer was given six months to complete several actions that would satisfy the government’s issues with the past activity and allow them to feel secure that these discretions would not occur in the future. 

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