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  • A US sanctions bleg

    Posted by TM Lutas on August 7th, 2019 (All posts by )

    The US maintains a list of individuals and organizations it sanctions under various programs here. Does anyone out there independently keep track of these individuals/groups and why they’ve been placed on the list?


    3 Responses to “A US sanctions bleg”

    1. Mrs. Davis Says:

      Banks do. The bank my wife works for has over 800 people in compliance. You can be they cross tab that list against their customer lists and new account setups.

      Why names have been placed on the list matters only to the innocent who are on the lists. And the lists are pretty sloppy. From first hand experience getting off them requires congressional assistance.

    2. Brian Says:

      Not exactly sure what you’re asking for, but there’s this:

    3. TM Lutas Says:

      Mrs Davis – I’m looking for things that are tracked publicly. If nobody else is doing this in a sanctionee centric system, I’m considering doing it.

      Brian – Thanks. This is interesting. I wonder if they have an API

      Update: Yes, they do.