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The European Union have imposed sanctions on persons, groups and entities to meet the objectives of the Common Foreign and Security Policy and especially to help prevent the financing of terrorism. In order to facilitate the application of financial sanctions, the European Banking Federation, the European Savings Banks Group, the European Association of Co-operative Banks and the European Association of Public Banks ("the EU Credit Sector Federations") and the Commission recognised the need for an EU consolidated list of persons, groups and entities subject to CFSP related financial sanctions. It was therefore agreed that the Credit Sector Federations would set up a database containing the consolidated list for the Commission, which would host and maintain the database and keep it up-to-date. This database was developed first and foremost to assist the members of the EU Credit Sector Federations in their compliance with financial sanctions.
The Consolidated List includes all individuals and entities subject to measures imposed by the Security Council. The inclusion of all names on one Consolidated List is to facilitate the implementation of the measures, and neither implies that all names are listed under one regime, nor that the criteria for listing specific names are the same. For each instance where the Security Council has decided to impose measures in response to a threat, a Security Council Committee manages the sanctions regime. Each sanctions committee established by the United Nations Security Council therefore publishes the names of individuals and entities listed in relation to that committee as well as information concerning the specific measures that apply to each listed name.
The State Secretariat for Economic Affairs have imposed sanctions based on the Federal Act on the Implementation of International Sanctions (Embargo Act, EmbA, 1st of January 2003). It has formed the legal basis for the implementation of sanctions imposed by Switzerland. The Embargo Act is a framework legislation that regulates general matters (aim, scope of authority, duty of disclosure, supervision of compliance, data protection, administrative and legal assistance, rights of appeal, criminal provisions).
The Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) have imposed sanctions to freeze assets, to prevent entry into/transit through their territories and to prevent the direct or indirect supply, sale and transfer of arms and military equipment.
The U.S. Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) have imposed sanctions on non-specially designated nationals (SDN) which were consolidates from the Foreign Sanctions Evaders (FSE) list, the Sectoral Sanctions Identifications (SSI) list, the Palestinian Legislative Council (NS-PLC) list, the list of Foreign Financial Institutions Subject to Part 561, the non-SDN Iranian Sanctions Act list and the list of Foreign Financial Institutions Subject to Correspondent Account or Payable-Through Account Sanctions (CAPTA List).
The U.S. Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) publishes lists of individuals and companies owned or controlled by, or acting for or on behalf of, targeted countries. It also lists individuals, groups, and entities, such as terrorists and narcotics traffickers designated under programs that are not country-specific. Collectively, such individuals and companies are called 'Specially Designated Nationals' (SDNs).
Headquartered in The Hague, the Netherlands, Europol support the 27 EU Member States in their fight against terrorism, cybercrime and other serious and organised forms of crime. Europol also work with many non-EU partner states and international organisations.
Interpol Red Notices are issued for fugitives wanted either for prosecution or to serve a sentence. A Red Notice is a request to law enforcement worldwide to locate and provisionally arrest a person pending extradition, surrender, or similar legal action.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE), as a member of the UN, is mandated to implement the United Nations Security Council Resolutions (UNSCRs), including those related to sanctions regimes. Consequently, through the Cabinet Resolution No. 74 of 2020, the UAE is implementing UNSCRs on the suppression and combating of terrorism, terrorist financing & countering the financing of proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, in particular, targeted financial sanctions (TFS) regimes as defined by the UN.
The individuals and firms below have been sanctioned by the African Development Bank Group or by signatories to the Agreement for Mutual Enforcement of Debarment Decisions. Sanctions are imposed on entities found to have participated in coercive, collusive, corrupt, fraudulent or obstructive practices under the Bank’s sanctions system or adopted under the Agreement for Mutual Enforcement of Debarment Decisions. These individuals and firms are therefore considered ineligible to participate in contracts financed or administered by the African Development Bank Group for the stipulated periods.
he Argentine Ministry of Justice and Human Rights publishes a list of people and organizations related to terrorist attacks and their funding.
Domestic List of natural and legal persons subject to sanctions based on legislation of and international instruments, which the Republic of Azerbaijan is a party to, as well as relevant resolutions of the United Nations Security Council.
In accordance with the IDB Group’s Sanctions Procedures, the Sanctions Officer and Sanctions Committee may impose any sanction that it deems to be appropriate under the circumstances, including but not limited to reprimand, debarment, conditional non-debarment, and conditions on future contracting. Debarred firms or individuals are ineligible to be awarded and participate in any IDB financed contract for the periods indicated. Ineligibility may extend to any firm or individual who directly or indirectly controls the debarred firm or any firm which the debarred firm directly or indirectly controls. In the case of a debarred individual, ineligibility may extend to any firm which the debarred individual directly or indirectly controls.
This is ADB's published sanctions list. It contains the names of entities who violated the sanctions while ineligible; entities who committed second and subsequent violations; debarred entities who are uncontactable; and cross debarred entities.
The Consolidated List is a list of all persons and entities who are subject to targeted financial sanctions under Australian sanctions law. Those listed may be Australian citizens, foreign nationals, or residents in Australia or overseas.
Bangladesh Financial Intelligence Unit (BFIU) is the central agency of Bangladesh responsible for analysing Suspicious Transaction Reports (STRs), Cash Transaction Reports (CTRs) & information related to money laundering (ML) /financing of terrorism (TF) received from reporting agencies & other sources and disseminating information/intelligence thereon to relevant law enforcement agencies.
The Belgian national list is adopted and modified by a Royal Decree adopted in implementation of the Royal Decree of December 28th 2006 as regards specific restrictive measures against some persons and entities within the framework of the fight against terrorism financing.
The Kingdom of Bahrain contributed to the establishment of the Middle East and North Africa Financial Action Task Force (MENAFATF) in November 2004. The Kingdom then hosted the headquarters of the group and provided it with the necessary financial support and operational budget in its first 5 years. This reflected the Kingdom’s belief in the pivotal role of the group in combating money laundering and financing terrorism. It also came as part of the Kingdom’s support to international efforts in this field. In 2005, the International Monetary Fund evaluated the procedures taken by the Kingdom of Bahrain to combat money laundering and terrorism financing. According to the resolutions of the report issued after the evaluation, the Kingdom developed all the legislation and practices related to money laundering and terrorism financing. The Kingdom’s effort resulted in making it one of the first countries and the region and the world to exit from the regular follow-up process (submitting annual reports) to the biennial update (a report every two years).
An individual whose name is listed in the schedule is a foreign national who, in the opinion of the Governor in Council, has committed an act set out in subsection 4(2) of the Justice for Victims of Corrupt Foreign Officials Act (Sergei Magnitsky Law).
Canada's list of terrorist entities under the Criminal Code, which identifies a group or individual as being associated with or supporting terrorism.
The Bundeskriminalamt is an essential cornerstone in a comprehensive system of crime control and works as a partner with the police forces of the Federation and of the individual German states.
The Egyptian Money Laundering Combating Unit (EMLCU) was established under the Anti-Money Laundering Law promulgated by Law No. 80 of 2002, and is the Egyptian Financial Intelligence Unit that became operative in September 2002.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development have imposed sanctions on entities and individuals who are subject to Debarment Decision by a Mutual Enforcement Institution.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development have imposed sanctions on entities and individuals who engaged in prohibited practices in the context of a bank project or are subject to a third party finding.
Under Article L. 561-2 of the Monetary and Financial Code, persons subject to the AML/CFT regime are required to implement without delay the asset freezes ordered by France. In order to enable professionals subject to the LCB-FT and the operators concerned to meet these freezing obligations, a national register of persons and entities subject to a freezing measure is established, pursuant to Article R.562-2 of the Monetary and Financial Code. This register lists all persons, entities and vessels subject to asset freezing measures in force on French territory, pursuant to national, European and international (UN) provisions.
The Ghana Police Service exists to deliver services in Crime Prevention Detection, Apprehension and Prosecution of offenders consistent with the expectations of Ghana stakeholders for Maximum Protection, Safe, Secure and Peaceful Communities.
The National Bureau for Counter Terror Financing (NBCTF) issues this list in accordance with the Prohibition on Terrorist Financing Law 5765-2004 and the Counter Terrorism Law 2016. The NBCTF was established in March 2018 as a result of an Israeli Cabinet decision.
The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) has issued the End User List, providing exporters with information on foreign entities for which concern cannot be eliminated regarding involvement in activities such as the development of weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) and other items, for the purpose of enhancing the effectiveness of the catch-all control* on cargos and other loads relating to WMDs and other items. METI hereby announces that it has revised the End User List based on the latest information.
The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) of the Kyrgyz Republic was established with the beginning of membership in the Eurasian Regional Group (EAG). The FIU is responsible, inter alia, for implementing decisions in the field of combating money laundering and the financing of terrorism.
The Register of Suspects, Accused and Convicts was set up in 2012 by the Information Technology and Communications Department (IRD) under the Ministry of the Interior (VRM) of the Republic of Lithuania which is the administrator of the register.
The World Bank have imposed sanctions on firms and individuals meaning they are ineligible to be awarded a World Bank-financed contract for the periods indicated because they have been sanctioned under the Bank's fraud and corruption policy.
This list is made by the Minister of Home Affairs under the section 66B (1) of the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds From Illegal Activities 2001 [Act 613]. Under section 66B (1) of the Act 613, where the Minister of Home Affairs is satisfied on information given to him by a police officer that: (a) an entity has knowingly committed, attempted to commit, participated in committing or facilitated the commission of, a terrorist act; or (b) an entity is knowingly acting on behalf of, at the direction of, or in association with, an entity referred to in paragraph (a), the Minister of Home Affairs may, by order published in the Gazette, declare the entity to be a specified entity.
The national sanction list terrorism contains the names of individuals and organisations who are involved in terrorist activities. In accordance with UN Security Council Resolution 1373 (2001) their assets have been frozen, causing them to amongst other things no longer being able to withdraw money from their bank accounts, nor use their credit cards. Since terrorist acts require funding this measure thus makes it significantly more difficult to commit or be (financially) involved with them.
The UNSC 1267/1989/2253 and 1988 Committees specifically obliges New Zealand to take action against those terrorist entities it lists. These UNSC-listed entities [ISIL (Daesh), Al-Qaida and the Taliban and associated individuals and organisations] are included as designated terrorist entities in the TSA.
The Government of Pakistan under section 11-B of Anti Terrorism Act can declare an organization believed to be concerned with terrorism as a Proscribed Organisation or put it under surveillance.
Any individual about whom either there is a credible intelligence-information or who has a history of being linked to a Proscribed Organisation can be proscribed by Home Department of a Province and can be subjected to restrictions on travel, speech and business, under the Anti Terrorism Act, 1997. After issuance notification by the Home Department, name of such proscribed person is included in the 4th Schedule under the Anti Terrorism Act, 1997.
In Line with authorities of the "Security Council Resolutions Enforcing Committee", which formed according to Decree No. (14) of 2015 Concerning the Enforcement of Security Council Resolutions, a Local Freezing List has been set.
The committee assumes its responsibilities in one of the most important security areas in order to ensure the achievement of the strategy of countries in the fight against terrorism through the security related efforts and cooperation with the relevant bodies as well as the implementation of the articles of conventions and laws to combat terrorism.
The Federal Financial Monitoring Service (Rosfinmonitoring) is a federal executive body responsible for combating money laundering and terrorist financing; developing and implementing state policies and regulatory/legal frameworks in this area; coordinating relevant activities of other federal executive bodies; as well as acting as a national center for the assessment of threats to national security arising from money laundering, financing of terrorism and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and for the development of measures to counter these threats.
The State Financial Monitoring Service of Ukraine have imposed sanctions based on its Order dated October 7, 2010 #183 on persons related to terrorist activity.
The Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO) of Thailand is a government agency, not under Prime Minister's Office or any Ministry. The office works independently and is answerable to the Prime Minister. It is mandated under Section 40 of the Anti-Money Laundering Act, 1999 and its amendments.
The persons (including entities and individuals) listed in documents linked below have been convicted of violating or conspiracy to violate the Arms Export Control Act (AECA). As a consequence, they are subject to "statutory debarment" pursuant to §38(g)(4) of the AECA and §127.7 of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Thus, these persons are prohibited from participating directly or indirectly in the export of defense articles (including technical data) and defense services. The names of these parties and their ineligibility for defense trade have been previously published by DDTC in the Federal Register. Statutory debarment remains in effect unless the debarred person's application for reinstatement of export privileges is granted by DDTC; notice of reinstatement will be published in the Federal Register and the person's name will be removed from the list.
The United States imposes sanctions under various legal authorities against foreign individuals, private entities, and governments that engage in proliferation activities. Announcements of such sanctions determinations are printed in the Federal Register and can be accessed through the Government Printing Office web page. Copies of relevant statutes can also be accessed via the same site as well as via the Library of Congress’ Congressional Service . The Federal Register notices are the official notifications for all nonproliferation sanctions determinations. Links to those notices found on this page are updated as appropriate, but the Federal Register is the only official and complete listing of nonproliferation sanctions determinations.
The U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security imposed sanctions on persons who violated against the U.S. export law and for which the export privileges have been denied by written order.
The Export Administration Regulations (EAR) contain a list of names of certain foreign persons – including businesses, research institutions, government and private organizations, individuals, and other types of legal persons – that are subject to specific license requirements for the export, reexport and/or transfer (in-country) of specified items. These persons comprise the Entity List, which is found in Supplement No. 4 to Part 744 of the EAR. On an individual basis, the persons on the Entity List are subject to licensing requirements and policies supplemental to those found elsewhere in the EAR.
Parties listed on the Unverified List (UVL) are ineligible to receive items subject to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) by means of a license exception. In addition, exporters must file an Automated Export System record for all exports to parties listed on the UVL and obtain a statement from such parties prior to exporting, reexporting, or transferring to such parties any item subject to the EAR which is not subject to a license requirement. Restrictions on exports, reexports and transfers (in-country) to persons listed on the UVL are set forth in Section 744.15 of the EAR. The Unverified List is set forth in Supplement No. 6 to Part 744 of the EAR.
The following is a consolidated and partial listing of the fugitives which are profiled on the U.S. Marshals Service website. The list includes 15 Most Wanted fugitives and local fugitives wanted by U.S. Marshal District offices. It does not represent all fugitives wanted by the U.S. Marshals Service.
The Military End User List (Supplement No. 7 to part 744 of the EAR) identifies foreign parties that are prohibited from receiving items described in Supplement No. 2 of Part 744 of the EAR unless the exporter secures a license. These parties have been determined by the U.S. Government to be ‘military end users,’ as defined in Section 744.21(g) of the EAR, and represent an unacceptable risk of use in or diversion to a ‘military end use’ or ‘military end user’ in China, Russia, or Venezuela.
The Department is determined to highlight and counter the People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) Military-Civil Fusion development strategy, which supports the modernization goals of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) by ensuring its access to advanced technologies and expertise acquired and developed by even those PRC companies, universities, and research programs that appear to be civilian entities.
The Department of Defense released the names of “Chinese military companies” operating directly or indirectly in the United States in accordance with the statutory requirement of Section 1260H of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021.
The U.S. Department of State’s list of entities and subentities under the control of, or acting for or on behalf of, the Cuban military, intelligence, or security services or personnel with which direct financial transactions would disproportionately benefit such services or personnel at the expense of the Cuban people or private enterprise in Cuba. For information regarding the prohibition on direct financial transactions with these entities, please see 31 CFR 515.209.
The U.S. Office of the Comptroller (OCC) supervises the following entities and has the statutory authority to take enforcement actions against them: National banks and their subsidiaries, Federally chartered savings associations and their subsidiaries, Federal branches and agencies of foreign banks, Institution-affiliated parties (IAPs), including: Officers, directors, and employees, A bank's controlling stockholders, agents, and certain other individuals.
The FBI is an intelligence-driven and threat-focused national security organization with both intelligence and law enforcement responsibilities. The FBI Most Wanted List includes the ten most wanted persons, fugitives, terrorists, parental kidnappers and bank robbers.
The mission of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is to enforce the controlled substances laws and regulations of the United States. The DEA Most Wanted List includes fugitives involved in the growing, manufacture, or distribution of controlled substances appearing in or destined for illicit traffic in the United States.
ursuant to Decree No.122/2013/ND-CP issued on October 11, 2013 by the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam on the suspension of circulation, freezing, sealing, sequestration and handling of money and assets related to terrorism and terrorism financing, and listing of organizations and individuals related to terrorism and terrorism financing:
This page contains information on Targeted Financial Sanctions (TFS), the aim of TFS is to enforce the South African legal requirement for the implementation of TFS and applicable TFS regimes under the United Nations Security Council, Chapter VII, Article 41 of the UN Charter.