Fragmented and incoherent: the UK’s sanctions policy Contents




1 Lack of clear Government strategy

Muddled responses on key issues

Rolling over EU sanctions

UK power to implement Magnitsky sanctions

Conflicting assertions on co-operation

2 Cross-Government co-ordination

A fragmented system

Cross-Whitehall confusion

Improving the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation

3 Sanctions and stopping dirty money

Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering: closing the gap

Oleg Deripaska’s companies: a test case in designing effective sanctions

Listing on the London Stock Exchange

De-listing in the USA

Towards global leadership on sanctions

Conclusions and recommendations

Formal minutes


Published written evidence

List of Reports from the Committee during the current Parliament

Published: 12 June 2019