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UN

There are UN sanctions against Zimbabwe on assumed and proven involvement in the illicit trade of high value commodities, including diamonds. UN & EU Conflict Diamonds

EU

March 27, 2013 - EU Implementing Regulation (EU) No 298/2013 of 27 March 2013 amending Regulation (EC) No 314/2004 concerning certain restrictive measures in respect of Zimbabwe


February 19, 2013 - EU Implementing Regulation (EU) No 145/2013 of Feb 19, 2013 - This notice is issued in respect of the restrictive measures taken by the Council of the European Union in respect of Zimbabwe. Amending Council Regulation (EC) No 314/2004 concerning certain restrictive measures in respect of Zimbabwe. Deletion of listed individuals & entities.


July 23, 2012 - Council conclusions on Zimbabwe

  1. The EU is encouraged by the progress that is being made in implementing the Global Political Agreement (GPA) by the Government of National Unity (GNU) in Zimbabwe. It welcomes the constructive dialogue that has been established in the process of EU reengagement with all parties in the GNU, including through the meeting in May this year between High Representative Ashton and the members of the Zimbabwe Ministerial Reengagement Committee. The EU welcomes the continued commitment of SADC to support the implementation of the GPA, as expressed at the recent extraordinary SADC Summit in Luanda.
  2. The steps taken by the GNU to improve the freedom and prosperity of the Zimbabwean people justify the immediate suspension of the measures hitherto applied under Article 96 of the Cotonou Agreement. This will allow the EU to work directly with the GNU to develop new assistance programmes for the benefit of the people of Zimbabwe that would come on stream under the next European Development Fund.
  3. The EU welcomes the recent visit to Zimbabwe of the UN HCHR at the invitation of the GNU. It recognises the improvement that has been achieved in the human rights situation although significant areas of concern remain.
  4. As indicated in February this year and consistent with its incremental approach, the EU will further adjust its policy to recognise progress as it is made by the Zimbabwean parties along the SADC roadmap. The EU agrees that a peaceful and credible constitutional referendum would represent an important milestone in the preparation of democratic elections that would justify a suspension of the majority of all EU targeted restrictive measures against individuals and entities.
  5. The EU reaffirms its partnership with the people of Zimbabwe. It calls on all parties to seize the momentum to complete implementation of the GPA in preparation for elections next year.

EU Conclusions


February 22, 2012 - EU Implementing Regulation (EU) No 151/2012 - This notice is issued in respect of the restrictive measures taken by the Council of the European Union in respect of Zimbabwe. Amending Council Regulation (EC) No 314/2004 concerning certain restrictive measures in respect of Zimbabwe. Refresh of listed individuals & entities.


February 17, 2011 - Declaration by the High Representative, Catherine Ashton, on behalf of the European Union on Zimbabwe

"The European Union is committed to supporting the peaceful progress and democratic development of the people of Zimbabwe. It reaffirms its support for the full implementation of the Global Political Agreement (GPA) which allowed the creation of the Government of National Unity. It also welcomes progress made towards the creation of a conducive environment for the holding of free, fair, peaceful and transparent elections through the development of the Road Map sponsored by SADC. It pays tribute to the efforts of SADC and the South African Facilitator in accompanying the Zimbabwean Government along that road.

In recognition of these developments and to encourage further progress in the implementation of the GPA, the EU has today decided to remove 51 individuals and 20 entities from the visa ban and the asset freeze list with immediate effect. 112 individuals and 11 entities who are still considered to be involved in or associated with policies and activities that undermine human rights, democracy and the rule of law will remain subject to the measures. EU Press Release


The EU Council of 16 February 2011 extended its sanctions on Zimbabwe for another year.




The restrictive measures provided for by Common Position 2004/161/CFSP include, inter alia, a ban on technical assistance, financing and financial assistance related to military activities, a ban on the export of equipment which might be used for internal repression, and the freezing of funds, financial assets and economic resources of members of the Government of Zimbabwe and of any natural or legal persons, entities or bodies associated with them.





The EU Council of 15-16 February 2010 extended its sanctions on Zimbabwe for another year, including a freeze on development aid under Article 96 of the Cotonou Agreement.

A ban on the sale to Zimbabwe of arms and of equipment that can be used for internal repression, and a ban on “persons whose activities seriously undermine democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law in Zimbabwe” from entering or travelling through EU member states.

EU Sanctions

NL

Dutch Sanction Law 1977 – Zimbabwe 2004

UK

April 05, 2013 - UK Implementing Regulation (EU) No 298/2013 of 27 March 2013 amending Regulation (EC) No 314/2004 concerning certain restrictive measures in respect of Zimbabwe

UK-EU Sanctions


February 21, 2013 - UK Implementing Regulation (EU) No 145/2013 of Feb 19, 2013 - This notice is issued in respect of the restrictive measures taken by the Council of the European Union in respect of Zimbabwe. Amending Council Regulation (EC) No 314/2004 concerning certain restrictive measures in respect of Zimbabwe. Deletion of listed individuals & entities.

UK-EU Sanctions


February 23, 2012 - UK Implementing Regulation (EU) No 151/2012 - This notice is issued in respect of the restrictive measures taken by the Council of the European Union in respect of Zimbabwe. Amending Council Regulation (EC) No 314/2004 concerning certain restrictive measures in respect of Zimbabwe. Refresh of listed individuals & entities.

UK-EU Sanctions


The European Union adopted Council Regulation (EC) No 310/2002 on 18 February 2002. The Regulation provided, among other matters, for a freeze on the assets of selective members of the Government of Zimbabwe and individuals associated with them. Common Position 2002/145/CFSP adopted the position that listed persons should be subject to a visa ban.

The European Union has since extended the scope of the visa ban and assets freeze.

UK Sanctions

Norway

Brussels, 2 March 2011 - Declaration by the High Representative on behalf of the European Union on the alignment of certain third countries with the Council Decision 2011/101/CFSP concerning restrictive measures against Zimbabwe - More information on the EU Third Countries alignment page.

Swiss

October 08, 2013 - Massnahmen gegenüber Simbabwe - Änderung vom 08.10.2013 mit Inkrafttreten am 10.10.2013 Swiss Sanctions


April 18, 2013 - Massnahmen gegenüber Simbabwe - Änderung vom 17.04.2013 mit Inkrafttreten am 19.04.2013 Swiss Sanctions


February 28, 2013 - Änderung vom 27.02.2013 mit Inkrafttreten am 01.03.2013

Swiss Sanctions


March 23, 2012 - Verordnung über Massnahmen gegenüber Simbabwe (SR 946.209.2) Information zur Änderung vom 21. März 2012

Deletion of designated persons & entities Swiss Sanctions March 22, 2012

Contains:

Confirmation of designated persons & entities Swiss Sanctions March 23, 2012

Contains:


Massnahmen gegenüber Simbabwe - Mit der Verordnung vom 19.03.2002 über Massnahmen gegenüber Simbabwe hat der Bundesrat Sanktionen gegenüber diesem Staat beschlossen. Die Sanktionen wurden in Anbetracht der festgestellten Wahlmanipulationen und Menschenrechtsverletzungen wie auch der Sanktionsbeschlüsse anderer Staaten (insbesondere der EU und der USA) erlassen.

Die erwähnte Verordnung sieht die Einführung folgender Massnahmen gegenüber Simbabwe vor:

Swiss Sanctions

Australia

May 27, 2013 - Australia is further easing sanctions against Zimbabwe after a constitutional referendum in the African nation has paved the way for democratic elections

Foreign Minister Bob Carr says sanctions against 65 individuals - including politicians, government officials and military personnel - and three entities will be lifted.

Source: 9News News Item


From September 2002, Australia has implemented targeted autonomous sanctions against the Mugabe regime in Zimbabwe and its close supporters.

This is a Australia based Sanction, see for more information Australia Sanctions

Canada

On September 4, 2008, the Special Economic Measures (Zimbabwe) Regulations (SOR/2008-248) came into force in order to respond to the gravity of the situation in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe has been in serious decline for a decade; however, events since March 2008, including a marked escalation in human rights violations and violence directed at the political opposition, a stolen election, the denial of a peaceful democratic transition and a worsening humanitarian situation have taken the crisis to a new level.

Subject to certain exceptions, the measures implemented by the Regulations include:

Canada also has certain policy measures in place with regard to Zimbabwe. More information on these measures can be found at the following link: Canada-Zimbabwe Relations.

Under the Regulations, the Governor in Council may approve and list on a schedule to the Regulations the names of persons for which there are reasonable grounds to believe that they are connected with the Government of Zimbabwe or persons or entities engaged in activities that seriously undermine democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law in Zimbabwe. The Regulations provide a review mechanism to remove names from the schedule upon receipt of a petition from a designated person. Follow this link for an administrative list of designated persons subject to the assets freeze pursuant to section 6 of the Regulations.

The Special Economic Measures (Zimbabwe) Permit Authorization Order (SOR/2008-249), made pursuant to subsection 4(4) of the Special Economic Measures Act authorizes the Minister of Foreign Affairs to issue to any person in Canada or any Canadian outside Canada a permit to carry out a specified activity or transaction, or any class of activity or transaction, that is restricted or prohibited pursuant to the Regulations.

Canada Sanctions

US

OFAC

April 17, 2014 - Zimbabwe Designations; Zimbabwe Designations Removals

The following individuals have been added to OFAC's SDN List:

MUDEDE, Tobaiwa (a.k.a. "TONNETH"); DOB 22 Dec 1942; Registrar General (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

PA, Sam (a.k.a. HUI, Samo; a.k.a. JINGHUA, Xu; a.k.a. KING, Sam; a.k.a. KYUNG-WHA, Tsui; a.k.a. LEUNG, Ghiu Ka; a.k.a. MENEZES, Antonio Famtosonghiu Sampo); DOB 28 Feb 1958; nationality China; citizen Angola; alt. citizen United Kingdom; Passport C234897(0) (United Kingdom) (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

ZERENIE, Jimmy; nationality Singapore; Passport E0840452D (Singapore); Identification Number 264/2005 (Singapore) (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

The following entity has been added to OFAC's SDN List:

SINO ZIM DEVELOPMENT (PVT) LTD (a.k.a. SINO ZIM HOLDINGS (PVT) LTD; a.k.a. SINO ZIMBABWE COTTON HOLDINGS), 3rd Floor, Livingstone House, 48 Samora Machel Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe; PO Box 7520, Harare, Zimbabwe; Telephone: (04) 710043 [ZIMBABWE].

The following deletions have been made to OFAC's SDN List:

RAUTENBACH, Muller (a.k.a. RAUTENBACH, Billy; a.k.a. RAUTENBACH, Muller Conrad); DOB 11 Nov 1950; alt. DOB 23 Sep 1959; citizen Zimbabwe; Passport ZE26547 (Zimbabwe) (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

RAUTENBACH, Muller Conrad (a.k.a. RAUTENBACH, Billy; a.k.a. RAUTENBACH, Muller); DOB 11 Nov 1950; alt. DOB 23 Sep 1959; citizen Zimbabwe; Passport ZE26547 (Zimbabwe) (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

RAUTENBACH, Billy (a.k.a. RAUTENBACH, Muller; a.k.a. RAUTENBACH, Muller Conrad); DOB 11 Nov 1950; alt. DOB 23 Sep 1959; citizen Zimbabwe; Passport ZE26547 (Zimbabwe) (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

RIDGEPOINT OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED (a.k.a. RIDGEPOINT OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENTS LTD), C/O: Mossack Fonseca & Co. BVI Ltd, Akara Building, 24 DeCastro St, Road Town, Tortola, Virgin Islands, British; P.O. Box 3136, Road Town, Tortola, Virgin Islands, British [ZIMBABWE].

RIDGEPOINT OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENTS LTD (a.k.a. RIDGEPOINT OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED), C/O: Mossack Fonseca & Co. BVI Ltd, Akara Building, 24 DeCastro St, Road Town, Tortola, Virgin Islands, British; P.O. Box 3136, Road Town, Tortola, Virgin Islands, British [ZIMBABWE].

MANGWANA, Munyaradzi Paul, Box 360, Kadoma, Zimbabwe; No. 1, 5th Avenue, Westview, Kadoma, Zimbabwe; DOB 10 Aug 1961; Passport AD000459 (Zimbabwe); Minister of State for Anti-Corruption and Anti-Monopolies (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

NKOMO, John Landa, 59 Muchbimding Road, Worringham, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe; DOB 22 Aug 1934; Passport AD000477 (Zimbabwe); Speaker of Parliament & ZANU-PF National Chairman (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

NYONI, Sithembiso; DOB 20 Sep 1949; Passport AD000223 (Zimbabwe); Minister of Small and Medium Enterprises Development (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

SHUMBA, Isaiah Masvayamwanda; DOB 03 Jan 1949; Deputy Minister of Education, Sports and Culture (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

CHITEPO, Victoria; DOB 27 Mar 1928; Politburo (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

CHOMBO, Marian, 45 Basset Crescent, Alexandra Park, Zimbabwe; DOB 11 Aug 1960; Passport AD000896 (Zimbabwe); Spouse of Ignatius Chombo (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

KANGAI, Kumbirai; DOB 17 Feb 1938; Politburo Deputy Secretary for External Relations (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

MSIPA, Sharlottie; DOB 06 May 1936; Passport ZL008055 (Zimbabwe); Spouse of Cephas Msipa (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

NYONI, Peter Baka; DOB 10 Jan 1950; Passport ZD002188 (Zimbabwe); Spouse of Sithembiso Nyoni (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

OFAC recent actions


May 02, 2013 - Zimbabwe Designations Removals

TheUnited States government removed the names of two surviving Zanu PF members and seven deceased party officials from the list of individuals barred from holding assets or travelling to the US.

THe following deletions have been made to OFAC's SDN List <sort> MUDENGE, Isack Stan Gorerazvo, 31 St. Brelades Road, Borrowdale, Harare, Zimbabwe; DOB 17 Dec 1948; Passport AD000964 (Zimbabwe); Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education (individual) [ZIMBABWE]. CHINDORI-CHININGA, Edward; DOB 14 Mar 1955; Passport AN388694 (Zimbabwe); Member of Parliament for Guruve South (individual) [ZIMBABWE]. KARIMANZIRA, David; DOB 25 May 1947; Harare Provincial Governor & Politburo Secretary for Finance (individual) [ZIMBABWE]. MUJURU, Solomon Tapfumaneyi Ruzambo (a.k.a. "NANGO, Rex"); DOB 01 May 1949; Passport ZD001348 (Zimbabwe); Politburo Senior Committee Member (individual) [ZIMBABWE]. "NANGO, Rex" (a.k.a. MUJURU, Solomon Tapfumaneyi Ruzambo); DOB 01 May 1949; Passport ZD001348 (Zimbabwe); Politburo Senior Committee Member (individual) [ZIMBABWE]. TAWENGWA, Solomon; DOB 15 Jun 1940; Former Executive Mayor of Harare; Deceased (individual) [ZIMBABWE]. CALGARY FARM, Mazowe, Zimbabwe [ZIMBABWE]. CHIGUDU, Tinaye Elisha Nzirasha; DOB 13 Aug 1942; Passport AD000013 (Zimbabwe); Manicaland Provincial Governor (individual) [ZIMBABWE]. MANDIZHA, Barbara; DOB 24 Oct 1959; Deputy Police Commissioner (individual) [ZIMBABWE]. PATEL, Khantibhal; DOB 28 Oct 1928; Politburo Deputy Secretary for Finance (individual) [ZIMBABWE]. </sort> OFAC Recent Actions


April 24, 2013 - Zimbabwe General License No. 1

Today, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) issued a general license authorizing all transactions involving two banks in Zimbabwe, Agricultural Development Bank of Zimbabwe and Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe, provided the transactions do not otherwise involve any person whose property and interests in property are blocked.

OFAC Sanctions


December 09, 2011 - The following designations have been made to OFAC's SDN list:

OFAC Resource Center - Zimbabwe Identifications - Dec 09, 2011


June 21, 2011 - The following deletions have been made to OFAC's SDN list: <sort> DUIKER FLATS FARM, Zimbabwe [ZIMBABWE] GHANEM, Shokri (a.k.a. GHANEM, Shukri Mohammed); DOB 9 Oct 1942; POB Tripoli, Libya; Oil Minister; Chairman of the National Oil Company of Libya (individual) [LIBYA2] GHANEM, Shukri Mohammed (a.k.a. GHANEM, Shokri); DOB 9 Oct 1942; POB Tripoli, Libya; Oil Minister; Chairman of the National Oil Company of Libya (individual) [LIBYA2] LAMFONTINE FARM (a.k.a. ZVINAVASHE INVESTMENTS LTD.; a.k.a. ZVINAVASHE TRANSPORT), 730 Cowie Road, Tynwald, Harare, Zimbabwe; P.O. Box 3928, Harare, Zimbabwe [ZIMBABWE] ZVINAVASHE INVESTMENTS LTD. (a.k.a. LAMFONTINE FARM; a.k.a. ZVINAVASHE TRANSPORT), 730 Cowie Road, Tynwald, Harare, Zimbabwe; P.O. Box 3928, Harare, Zimbabwe [ZIMBABWE] ZVINAVASHE TRANSPORT (a.k.a. LAMFONTINE FARM; a.k.a. ZVINAVASHE INVESTMENTS LTD.), 730 Cowie Road, Tynwald, Harare, Zimbabwe; P.O. Box 3928, Harare, Zimbabwe [ZIMBABWE] MANYIKA, Elliot, PO Box 300, Bindura, Zimbabwe; DOB 30 Jul 1955; Passport AD000642 (Zimbabwe); Minister Without Portfolio (individual) [ZIMBABWE] SUBDIVISION 3 OF CALEDON FARM, Caledon, Zimbabwe [ZIMBABWE] SWIFT INVESTMENTS (PVT) LTD., 730 Cowie Road, Tynwald, Harare, Zimbabwe; P.O. Box 3928, Harare, Zimbabwe [ZIMBABWE] ZVINAVASHE, Vitalis; DOB 27 Sep 1943; Politburo Member & Retired Commander of Zimbabwe Defense Forces (individual) [ZIMBABWE] </sort>


July 07, 2008 - The following individuals have been added to OFAC's SDN list:

The following entities have been added to OFAC's SDN list: <sort> AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BANK OF ZIMBABWE (a.k.a. AGRIBANK; a.k.a. AGRICULTURAL BANK OF ZIMBABWE), Box 369, Harare, Zimbabwe; 15th Floor, Hurudza House, 14-16 Nelson Mandela Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe; Phone No. 263-4-774426; Fax No. 263-4-774556 [ZIMBABWE] COMOIL (PVT) LTD, 2nd Floor, Travel Plaza, 29 Mazoe St., Box CY2234, Causeway, Harare, Zimbabwe; Block D, Emerald Hill Office P, Emerald Park, Harare, Zimbabwe [ZIMBABWE] DIVINE HOMES (a.k.a. DIVINE HOMES (PVT) LTD), 12 Meredith Drive, Eastlea, Harare, Zimbabwe; 31 Kensington, Highlands, Harare, Zimbabwe; Shop # 6, Hillside Shopping Center, Harare, Zimbabwe [ZIMBABWE] FAMBA SAFARIS, P.O. Box CH273, Chisipite, Harare, Zimbabwe; 4 Wayhill Lane, Umwisdale, Harare, Zimbabwe [ZIMBABWE] INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF ZIMBABWE LTD (a.k.a. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF ZIMBABWE), P.O. Box CY1431 , Causeway, Harare, Zimbabwe; 93 Park Lane, Harare, Zimbabwe; Phone 263-4-794805; Fax No. 263-4-250385 [ZIMBABWE] INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT BANK OF ZIMBABWE (a.k.a. ZIMBABWE DEVELOPMENT BANK), P.O. Box 1720, Harare, Zimbabwe; ZDB House, 99 Rotten Row, Harare, Mashonaland East, Zimbabwe; Phone No. 263-4-7501718; Fax No. 263-4-7744225 [ZIMBABWE] INTERMARKET HOLDINGS LIMITED, 10th Floor ZB House, 46 Speke Avenue, P.O. Box 3198, Harare, Zimbabwe; Phone No. 263-4-751168; Fax No. 263-4-251029 [ZIMBABWE] MINERALS MARKETING CORPORATION OF ZIMBABWE (a.k.a. MMCZ), 90 Mutare Road, Harare, Zimbabwe; P.O. Box 2628, Harare, Zimbabwe; Phone No. 263-4-486946; Fax No. 263-4-487261 [ZIMBABWE] ORYX NATURAL RESOURCES (a.k.a. ORYX DIAMONDS; a.k.a. ORYX DIAMONDS (PTY) LTD; a.k.a. ORYX DIAMONDS LTD.; a.k.a. ORYX ZIMCON (PVT) LIMITED), Bank of Nova Scotia Bldg., Fourth Floor, George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; 3, Victor Darcy Close, Borrowdale, Harare, Zimbabwe; S Drive, George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; Parc Nicol Offices, Bldg. 6, 301, William Nicol Drive, Bryanston, Gauteng 2021, South Africa; Alexander Forbes Building, Windhoek, Namibia; Bermuda [ZIMBABWE] OSLEG (a.k.a. OPERATION SOVEREIGN LEGITIMACY; a.k.a. OSLEG (PVT.) LTD.; a.k.a. OSLEG ENTERPRISES; a.k.a. OSLEG MINES; a.k.a. OSLEG MINING AND EXPLORATION; a.k.a. OSLEG VENTURES), Lonhoro House, Union Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe [ZIMBABWE] SCOTFIN LIMITED, 10th Floor ZB House, 46 Speke Avenue, P.O. Box 3198, Harare, Zimbabwe; Phone No. 263-4-751168; Fax No. 263-4-251029 [ZIMBABWE] ZB BANK LIMITED (a.k.a. ZB BANK; a.k.a. ZBCL; a.k.a. ZIMBABWE BANKING CORPORATION LIMITED; a.k.a. ZIMBANK), Zimbank House, Cnr. 1st Street/Speke Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe; P.O. Box 3198, Harare, Zimbabwe; Phone No. 263-4-751168; Fax No. 263-4-757497 [ZIMBABWE] ZB FINANCIAL HOLDINGS LIMITED (a.k.a. FINHOLD; a.k.a. WWW.ZB.CO.ZW; a.k.a. ZIMBABWE FINANCIAL HOLDINGS LIMITED), 10th Floor ZB House, 46 Speke Avenue, P.O. Box 3198, Harare, Zimbabwe; National ID No. 1278/89 (Zimbabwe); Phone No. 263-4-751168; Fax No. 263-4-251029 [ZIMBABWE] ZB HOLDINGS LIMITED, 10th Floor ZB House, 46 Speke Avenue, P.O. Box 3198, Harare, Zimbabwe; Phone No. 263-4-751168; Fax No. 263-4-251029 [ZIMBABWE] ZIMBABWE IRON AND STEEL COMPANY (a.k.a. ZISCO; a.k.a. ZISCOSTEEL), Private Bag 2, Redcliff Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe; Phone No. 263-55-62401; Fax No. 263-55-68666 [ZIMBABWE] ZIMBABWE MINING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (a.k.a. ZIMBABWE MINING DEVELOPMENT CORP.; a.k.a. ZMDC), MMCZ Building, 90 Mutare Rd., Harare, Zimbabwe; P.O. Box 4101, Harare, Zimbabwe; Phone No. 263-4-487014; Fax No. 263-4-487022 [ZIMBABWE] ZIMRE HOLDINGS LIMITED (a.k.a. WWW.ZHL.CO.ZW; a.k.a. ZIMRE), 9th Floor, Zimre Centre, Cnr. Leopold Takawira/Kwame Nkrumah Avenue, P.O. Box 4839, Harare, Zimbabwe; Phone No. 263-4-772963; Fax No. 263-4-772972 [ZIMBABWE] </sort> OFAC Actions: Resource Center July 07, 2008


Blocking Property of Persons undermining democratic processes or institutions in Zimbabwe. Several banks have been designated and banned by OFAC, including there worldwide branches. Late 2008 major extension of prohibited persons and entities (SDN listed). OFAC Sanction

ITAR

ITAR Based sanctions, see chapter on ITAR for more detailed information

FATF Warning List

February 22, 2013 - As part of its on-going review of compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF has to date identified the following jurisdiction (Zimbabwe) which has strategic AML/CFT deficiencies for which it has developed an action plan with the FATF. Zimbabwe has provided a written high-level political commitment to address the identified deficiencies. The FATF welcomes these commitments.

Note: Strategic Deficiencies Require Enhanced Due Diligence

The FATF calls on Zimbabwe to complete the implementation of action plans expeditiously and within the proposed timeframes. The FATF will closely monitor the implementation of these action plans and encourages its members to consider the information presented in the link.


June 22, 2012 - As part of its on-going review of compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF has to date identified the following jurisdiction (Zimbabwe) which has strategic AML/CFT deficiencies for which it has developed an action plan with the FATF. Zimbabwe has provided a written high-level political commitment to address the identified deficiencies. The FATF welcomes these commitments.

Note: Strategic Deficiencies Require Enhanced Due Diligence

The FATF calls on Zimbabwe to complete the implementation of action plans expeditiously and within the proposed timeframes. The FATF will closely monitor the implementation of these action plans and encourages its members to consider the information presented in the link.


February 16, 2012 - The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is the global standard setting body for anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT). In order to protect the international financial system from ML/FT risks and to encourage greater compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF identified jurisdictions that have strategic deficiencies and works with them to address those deficiencies that pose a risk to the international financial system.

As part of its ongoing review of compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF has identified that this jurisdictions (Zimbabwe) has AML/CFT deficiencies for which it has developed an action plan with the FATF.

NOTE-1: Strategic deficiencies require Enhanced Due Diligence

NOTE-2: FATF members and other jurisdictions should apply counter-measures to protect the international financial system from the on-going and substantial money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) risks emanating from the jurisdictions Iran and North Korea.


The FATF and the FSRBs will continue to work with this jurisdiction and to report on the progress made in addressing the identified deficiencies. The FATF calls on the jurisdiction to complete the implementation of action plans expeditiously and within the proposed time frames. All member states should treat this jurisdiction (Zimbabwe) with vigilance FATF Public Statement - February 16, 2012


June 24, 2011 - The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is the global standard setting body for anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT). In order to protect the international financial system from ML/FT risks and to encourage greater compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF identified jurisdictions that have strategic deficiencies and works with them to address those deficiencies that pose a risk to the international financial system.

As part of its ongoing review of compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF has identified that this jurisdictions (Zimbabwe) has AML/CFT deficiencies for which it has developed an action plan with the FATF.

NOTE-1: Strategic deficiencies require Enhanced Due Diligence

NOTE-2: FATF members and other jurisdictions should apply counter-measures to protect the international financial system from the on-going and substantial money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) risks emanating from the jurisdictions Iran and North Korea.


The FATF and the FSRBs will continue to work with this jurisdiction and to report on the progress made in addressing the identified deficiencies. The FATF calls on the jurisdiction to complete the implementation of action plans expeditiously and within the proposed time frames. All member states should treat this jurisdiction (Zimbabwe) with vigilance FATF Public Statement - June 24, 2011


US FinCen - AML/CFT Deficiencies Warning List

July 13, 2011 - FinCen adopted the Financial Action Task Force Public Statement on Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing Risks and FinCen provided guidance on the subject. More detailed information FIN-2011-A011 and FIN-2011-A012

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