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OFSI Financial sanctions: X11 guides


Below are links to X11 OFSI Information packs on its approach to financial sanctions including 1] sector and regime specific guidance and 2] information on compliance and enforcement.

  1. Financial sanctions: general guidance =
  2. Russia guidance
  3. Russian Oil Services ban and price cap
  4. Libya guidance
  5. Guidance for the charity sector
  6. Maritime guidance
  7. Guidance for the import and export sector
  8. Ransomware and Sanctions guidance
  9. High Value Dealer guidance
  10. Travel guidance
  11. OFSI enforcement and monetary penalties guidance

Financial sanctions: general guidance = PDF, 1.4

Russia guidance PDF, 577 KB, 19 pages

Russian Oil Services ban and price cap

Libya guidance PDF, 3.67 MB, 5 pages

Guidance for the charity sector  PDF, 678 KB, 14 pages

Maritime guidance PDF, 320 KB, 12 pages

Guidance for the import and export sector PDF, 980 KB, 10 pages

Ransomware and Sanctions guidance PDF, 689 KB, 7 pages

High Value Dealer guidance PDF, 311 KB, 9 pages

Travel guidance PDF, 246 KB, 6 pages

OFSI enforcement and monetary penalties guidance PDF, 718 KB, 29 pages


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