The information in this database was provided by the Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) of the US Treasury Department.

Note to User: If a search of the U.S. Treasury SDN list for the name you requested results in a match with a name (or names) on the list, call your regional underwriting counsel for further instructions before taking any of the actions described below.
Executive Order 13224 blocks property and prohibits transactions with persons or entities on the list of "Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons" (SDN List) published by OFAC. For more information on how to determine if a party name is included in the SDN List, please click on the following link:
Any financial institution that identifies a relationship, such as a bank account, or a transaction, such as a wire transfer, with any of the named suspects should complete and file a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) pursuant to 12 C.F.R. ยง 353.3 and immediately contact FBI Special Agents Charles Sciarini or Lisa Miller at (202) 278-2598. The SAR form, Report of Blocked Transaction form and the Report of Rejected Transaction forms can be obtained from the government websites.
Once a transaction has commenced and the information becomes known, any assets in the transaction must be blocked - the transaction cannot be completed. Once rejected or blocked, a "Report of Blocked Transaction" or a "Report of Rejected Transaction" must be filed with OFAC. Blocked funds must also be deposited into an interest bearing account pending direction by the OFAC.
However, prior to rejecting a transaction or blocking assets because the name of a party in the transaction appears on the SDN List, please call the OFAC Hotline at (202) 622-2490 to confirm that the person or entity is the one identified on the SDN.
FinCEN Hotline is: (866) 556-3974. OFAC Hotline is: (202) 622-2490.
FinCEN Website:    OFAC Website:
Click Here to read the OFAC Step By Step Guide

SDN Publish Date: 07/16/2014

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