Skip to comments.Treasury Department Office of Foreign Asset Control List Of People & Organizations Assets Blocked
Posted on 03/05/2018 8:07:12 AM PST by Enlightened1
Treasury Department Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) published a list of all people & organizations whose assets have been blocked or frozen as a result of the Dec 21 Executive Order by POTUS The document is 1,108 pages.
(Excerpt) Read more at treasury.gov ...
Anyone in the Clinton crime family?
Buzzing through it and this looks like Iran/Hezbullah/South America coordinated organizations.
I don’t know. Just keep digging.
These lists are updated periodically; nothing unusual about that; the key to this one would be whether some transnational criminal organizations (I could suggest some) would be newly listed as Prohibited Parties whose assets are blocked.
Yeah, a lot of Islamic, Central and South American, Ukranian, and other criminal operators.
Interesting CIMEX is on there - aren’t they the big concrete guys in Mexico? Or is that CEMEX?
Treasury has been publishing that list for a long time. See FAQ #21
I believe Pres. Trump’s E.O. allows people to be added to the list for additional reasons.
You can see\get the list here.
Better to keep a link to the list rather than downloading the list itself as it gets updated every so often.
The UK has their own list
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