Updated: Updated with latest HM Treasury notices, 11/08/2017, Libya (Reg 2017/1456) and Democratic People's Republic of Korea (Reg 2017/1457)
The Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation is responsible for the implementation and administration of international financial sanctions in effect in the UK, for domestic designations under the Terrorist Asset-Freezing etc. Act 2010, licensing exemptions to financial sanctions, and directions given under Schedule 7 to the Counter-Terrorism Act 2008, and under Council Regulation (EU) No.833/2014, concerning Russia’s actions in Ukraine.
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We have provided further information in our document series on regime-specific consolidated lists and releases.
Information on our counter terrorist finance strategy sets out the work being done by both the public and private sector to deter terrorists from using the financial system, detect them when they do and disrupt them.
We have provided information on how the Home Office and the Treasury work to implement an effective anti-money laundering and counter financing of terrorism policy in the UK.Subscribing to financial sanctions mailing list
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