Seyed Shamseddin Khareghani

Risk Level:
89% May harm your business future;

This entity is connected with designated / sanctioned entities who are helping Iranian Regime Terrorist Activities & development of WMD

High Alert – Entity affiliated with Designated / Sanctioned / Illicit entities

Seyed Shamseddin Khareghani is an Iranian diplomat and Member of the Board in Iran Foreign Investment Company. Seyed Shamseddin Khareghani has ties to Iran’s intelligence agencies;

He entered the diplomatic service of Iran. In the 1980s he was Iran’s chargé d’affaires in Ghana. After the Iranian embassy in the United Kingdom reopened in London in October 1990, he was chargé d’affaires there in the early 1990s. Later he was the Iranian ambassador to Germany. He took up this post in January 2003 and was considered open-minded and ready for dialogue. At the end of 2005 he was dismissed from this position. The background to this was a worldwide recall of 40 Iranian ambassadors who are said to have been viewed by the new Iranian government under Mahmud Ahmadinejad as too liberal. Seyed Shamseddin Khareghani was also the Iranian ambassador to the Netherlands. He later became a member of the board of directors of the Iran Foreign Investments Company;

Seyed Shamseddin Khareghani – Member of the Board in Iran Foreign Investment Company. IFIC (Iranian Foreign Investment Company), was established in 1997 as a subsidiary of the Iranian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance. The Company was established in order to manage and expand Iran’s holdings abroad. On March 8, 2010, IFIC and its holding Company, Ihag (based in Dusseldorf, Germany) were designated by OFAC. IFIC has interests in energy, mining, oil, gas and petrochemicals. The Mullahs use IFIC to invest their petrodollars around the world. Iranian Regime uses these companies to circumvent sanctions;

Financial Services

Also Known As:
Seyyed Shamseddin Khareghani


Khamenei established a new financial structure for procuring sophisticated WMD equipment through the Deutsche Börse
Iran Foreign Investment Company (IFIC) and ASCOTEC – Report

Reason for the color:
» Iran Foreign Investment Company (IFIC) Operating Freely in Germany;

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