Public Notice - Renewal of the United Nations Security Council Sanctions Regime for Mali
Published: Wednesday September 7th, 2022
Renewal of the United Nations Security Council
Sanctions Regime for Mali
Pursuant to Section 3A of the International Obligations (Economic & Ancillary Measures) Amendment Act, 2019, supervised financial institutions (“SFIs”) and the general public are hereby informed that are hereby informed that, on 30 August 2022, the United Nations Security Council (“UN Security Council”) Committee renewed until 31 August, 2023, the travel ban and asset freeze imposed through resolution 2374 (2017) against individuals and entities obstructing implementation of the 2015 Agreement on Peace and Reconciliation in Mali
Extension of UN Security Council Sanctions on Mali (30 August, 2022)
Request for Information:
The Central Bank hereby requires that all SFIs licensed in The Bahamas, as a matter of high priority, review their client records to determine whether or not they hold funds, other financial assets or economic resources which are either owned or controlled directly or indirectly by the persons or entities listed on the Sanctions List or any person acting on their behalf or at their discretion, and report both positive and negative findings to the Central Bank on or before 12 September, 2022. Any positive findings (“hits”) are required to be reported to the Financial Intelligence Unit and the Attorney General.
On the Sanctions List Materials page, select your preferred format to view the sanctions list (i.e. PDF, XML or HTML).
Responses regarding this notice should be addressed to:
The Analytics Unit
Bank Supervision Department
Central Bank of The Bahamas