Amsterdam-based bancassurer ING Group NV confirmed that it could face "significant" fines due to a U.S. investigation of its business operations in countries that are under sanctions by U.S. authorities, such as Iran and Cuba.
U.S. economic sanctions and export controls imposed on Cuba, Iran, Sudan and Syria, which the U.S. views as state sponsors of terrorism, restrict companies from doing business there.
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