OFSI: the story so far

Written by David Povey on Wednesday October 30, 2019

The Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) was set up in 2016 and hailed as the UK’s equivalent to OFAC, the new kid on the block for raising awareness of financial sanctions and carrying out enforcement action against breaches.

We are now three years in and it is a good time to check in on them and see what they have been up to. This infographic compares some of the outputs from the 2017/18 report with the latest 2018/19 report.

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