Midweek Roundup: New York to Question Promontory Over Standard Chartered Work, JPMorgan Hackers Linked to Bitcoin Case, and More

The U.N. Security Council on Monday endorsed the Iran nuclear accord and agreed to lift sanctions against the Islamic republic. Under the deal, the intergovernmental group can reinstate the restrictions should Iran fail to scale back its nuclear program. More Due to compliance concerns, many global banks would likely hold back from engagement with would-be Iranian clients in the event of a sanctions lift, Reuters said. More On Tuesday, the U.S. Treasury Department imposed sanctions on three Hezbollah leaders and a Lebanese businessman for their alleged role in military operations in Syria. More The EU is separately preparing to blacklist...