Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism, Sanctions, Export and Trade Controls and Countering Proliferation
The Isle of Man Government is strongly committed to fulfilling its international obligations with regard to:
- sanctions regimes, and denying terrorist groups access to the financial system;
- countering the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction; and
- effective controls on the export and trade in military equipment, dual-use items, and other goods of concern.
This fact sheet also provides a useful summary.
Isle of Man businesses are obliged to check whether they maintain accounts for any listed individual, and if so they must freeze the accounts and report their findings to the Financial Intelligence Unit.
Where the Authority is notified of amendments and revisions to such notices, details are also posted on the Authority's website.
All enquiries concerning sanctions, export controls and trade controls on trafficking and brokering should be directed to:
The Isle of Man Treasury
Customs and Excise Division
PO Box 6
Isle of Man
+ 44 (0) 1624 648138