Menu Home

The Treasury 2021 Sanctions Review: Intro

THE TREASURY 2021 SANCTIONS REVIEW After the September 11, 2001 attacks, economic and financial sanctions (“sanctions”) became a tool of first resort to address a range of threats to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the Unites States. This tool rests on the formidable strength of, and trust […]

It’s heeere…Was it worth the wait?

PRESS RELEASES U.S. Department of the Treasury Releases Sanctions Review October 18, 2021 Report Emphasizes Need for Continued Multilateral Approach, Structured Policy Framework, and Enhanced Cost Mitigation WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of the Treasury today released the results of a broad review of the economic and financial sanctions that […]

Treasury/Commerce Cuban Internet Access Fact Sheet: Additional Licensing & Additional Information

Additional Licensing OFAC Specific Licenses For prohibited transactions not otherwise authorized by OFAC general licenses, OFAC considers specific license requests on a case-by-case basis and will prioritize license applications, compliance questions, and other requests that may concern internet freedom in Cuba. Consistent with U.S. foreign policy, OFAC has a favorable […]

The U.S. likes what the U.K. is cooking…

STATEMENTS & REMARKS Joint Statement by Secretary Janet L. Yellen and Secretary Antony J. Blinken Commending the United Kingdom’s Anti-Corruption Sanctions July 22, 2021 The United States welcomes the United Kingdom’s announcement today to impose further sanctions under its Global Anti-Corruption Sanctions (GACS) regime, which is designed to fight corruption […]