Weekly Roundup: U.K. Investigates More than 4,000 HSBC Clients, States’ Marijuana Legalization Unlikely to Sway Banks, and More

The United Kingdom's Revenue and Customs is investigating more than 4,000 British residents who hold Jersey-based accounts with HSBC Holdings Plc, the Daily Telegraph reported Friday. The agency launched the probe after receiving a detailed list of names, addresses and account balances from a bank whistleblower earlier this week. More The U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) blacklisted Iran's communications minister and others Thursday for restricting Internet access and attempting to jam international television broadcasts. The agency, which also issued sanctions against a medical sciences university, broadened restrictions against the National Iranian Oil Company. More OFAC sanctions...