HM Treasury, in full Her Majesty's Treasury, informally The Treasury, is the United Kingdom government department responsible for developing and executing the British government's public finance policy and economic policy.
|Consolidated List (CSV)||A consolidated list of asset freeze targets designated by the United Nations, European Union and United Kingdom under legislation relating to current financial sanctions regimes.||DEL (;)|
|Consolidated List (XLS)||A consolidated list of asset freeze targets designated by the United Nations, European Union and United Kingdom under legislation relating to current financial sanctions regimes.||XLS|
|Investment Ban (TXT)||The European Union adopted Council Regulation (EU) No 409/2012 on 14 May 2012 which came into legal force on 16 May 2012. The Regulation provided for the suspension, until 30 April 2013, of the freeze of the assets of certain persons related to important governmental functions in Burma/Myanmar, and their families and persons linked to economic and political activities of the State Peace and Development Council, and suspended, until 30 April 2013, the ban on financing of certain Burmese state-owned enterprises and enterprises in certain extractive industries. A number of individuals were also removed from the list of those subject to asset freezes. Further information can be found at in the Burma section of this website There is therefore no longer any prohibition on dealing with the funds or economic resources of those persons listed in Annex VI to the 2008 Regulation, or making funds or economic resources available to them, nor any prohibition on investing in the manners provided for in Article 15(2) of the 2008 Regulation in those entities listed in Annexes V and VII to the 2008 Regulation. Therefore the Investment Ban List (those entities included in Annex V and VII to the 2008 Regulation) has been removed from the Treasury’s website.||DEL (;)|
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