Find out what OFSI got up to in the last financial year by reading our latest annual review
Since OFSI last blogged on this subject, we have substantially increased the scope and ambition of our international engagement. OFSI is now just over 3 years old. In this time, we have built up a wealth of experience and we …
Find out what OFSI got up to in 2018 and what's coming up this year
FATF have awarded the UK the highest possible rating for promoting financial sanctions against terrorism and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. How did the assessment work and what next for OFSI?
How many financial sanctions regimes does the UK implement? How much money do UK institutions hold in frozen funds? Find out in OFSI's first Annual Review
Find out more about reporting to OFSI using our revised forms
How do we ensure people know what financial sanctions are and how to comply? Read about OFSI's approach to engagement and enforcement
Head of OFSI Rena Lalgie looks at why financial sanctions are important, how we implement them, and what we're focusing on in the coming year.
The UK targets over 200 individuals, groups and companies under North Korea financial sanctions. We look at some of the challenges companies may face in managing their financial sanctions risk.
Which UK financial sanctions regime imposes the most asset freezes? Read the new OFSI blog to find out