EU, OFAC, Dow Jones, Reguvis, and more: All sanctions lists at a glance

The most common lists for Europe, the US, and Asia are provided directly by AEB. And the offer is complemented by many more lists from the content partners Reguvis and Dow Jones. This meets every demand with the right list package. Compliance Screening from AEB has got your covered – far beyond lists from OFAC and the EU.


Sanctions list from Australia

  • Australia Consolidated List (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade)

Sanctions list from Austria

  • Austrian Sanctions List (Österreichische Sanktionsliste der OeNB)

Sanctions list from Belgium

  • Belgian National Sanctions List (Föderaler Öffentlicher Dienst Finanzen)

Sanctions list from Canada

  • Consolidated Canadian Autonomous Sanctions List

Sanctions list from China

  • Unreliable Entities List (China Ministry of Commerce, MOFCOM)
Czech Republic

Sanctions list from the Czech Republic

  • Czech Counter-Terrorism Sanctions List (Nařízení vlády č. 210/2008 Sb.)

Sanctions lists from the European Union

  • Consolidated Financial Sanctions (CFSP) list (European External Action Service)
  • Restrictions for dual-use goods intended for listed organizations (Council of the European Union)
  • EU – Restrictions on access to the capital market (Council of the European Union)

Sanctions list from France

  • French Sanctions List (Ministère de l'Économie et des Finances)

Sanctions list from Japan

  • End User List (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry)

Sanctions list from the Netherlands

  • Nationale sanctielijst terrorisme (Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken)

Sanctions list from Poland

  • Lista osób i podmiotów objętych sankcjami (Ministerstwo Spraw Wewnętrznych i Administracji)


Sanctions list from Singapore

  • List of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (Monetary Authority of Singapore)

Sanctions list from Switzerland

  • Liste des Staatssekretariats für Wirtschaft der Schweiz (SECO)
United Kingdom

Sanctions list from the United Kingdom

  • Consolidated List of Financial Sanctions Targets in the UK (Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation HM Treasury)
  • Ukraine Sovereignty List (Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation HM Treasury)
  • UK Sanctions List (Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office)

Sanctions lists from the United States of America

  • Denied Persons List (Department of Commerce – Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS))
  • Entity List (Department of Commerce – Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS))
  • Military End User List (Department of Commerce – Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS))
  • Military-Intelligence End-User List (Department of Commerce – Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS))
  • Unverified List (Department of Commerce – Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS))
  • List of Administratively Debarred Parties (Department of State – Directorate of Defence Trade Controls (DDTC))
  • List of Statutorily Debarred Parties (Department of State – Directorate of Defence Trade Controls (DDTC))
  • Money Laundering Concerns List (Department of the Treasury – Financial Crimes Enforcement Network)
  • List of Nonproliferation Sanctions (Department of State – Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation)
  • Terrorist Exclusion List (Department of State - Bureau of Counterterrorism)
  • System for Award Management Exclusions (General Services Administration (GSA))
  • Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) Entity List (Department of Homeland Security)
  • BIS Charging Letters (Office of Export Enforcement)

Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) List (Department of the Treasury – Office of Foreign Assets Controls (OFAC)) including:

  • Afghanistan-Related Sanctions
  • Balkans-Related Sanctions
  • Belarus Sanctions
  • Burma-Related Sanctions
  • Central African Republic Sanctions
  • Chinese Military Companies Sanctions
  • Counter Narcotics Trafficking Sanctions
  • Counter Terrorism Sanctions
  • Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act-Related Sanctions
  • Cuba Sanctions
  • Cyber-related Sanctions
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo-Related Sanctions
  • Ethiopia-Related Sanctions
  • Foreign Interference in a United States Election Sanctions
  • Global Magnitsky Sanctions
  • Hong Kong-Related Sanctions
  • Hostages and Wrongfully Detained U.S. Nationals Sanctions
  • Iran Sanctions
  • Iraq-Related Sanctions
  • Lebanon-Related Sanctions
  • Libya Sanctions
  • Magnitsky Sanctions
  • Mali-Related Sanctions
  • Nicaragua-related Sanctions
  • Non-Proliferation Sanctions
  • North Korea Sanctions
  • Rough Diamond Trade Controls
  • Russian Harmful Foreign Activities Sanctions
  • Somalia Sanctions
  • South Sudan-Related Sanctions
  • Sudan and Dafur Sanctions
  • Syria Sanctions
  • Syria-Related Sanctions (Executive Order 13894 of 2019)
  • Transnational Criminal Organizations
  • Ukraine-/Russia-Related Sanctions
  • Venezuela-Related Sanctions
  • West Bank-Related Sanctions
  • Yemen-Related Sanctions

Non-SDN Consolidated Sanctions List (Department of the Treasury – Office of Foreign Assets Controls (OFAC)) including:

  • Foreign Sanctions Evaders (FSE) List
  • Sectoral Sanctions Identification (SSI) List
  • Palestinian Legislative Council (NS-PLC) List
  • List of Foreign Financial Institutions Subject to Correspondent Account or Payable-Through Account Sanctions (CAPTA) List
  • Non-SDN Menu-Based Sanctions (NS-MBS) List
  • Non-SDN Chinese Military-Industrial Complex Companies (NS-CMIC) List
Dow Jones (subject to license)

Content from Dow Jones (subject to license)

  • Global offer of sanctions lists, watchlists, enforcement lists, and more
  • Special sanctions package "Sanctions Control & Ownership - Feed (SCO)" to screen for indirect bans on provisions and the OFAC 50% rule
  • Politically Exposed Persons (PEP) list to check and mitigate risks in the area of money laundering and anti-corruption
  • „Adverse Media“ to check whether business partners had adverse/negative media coverage in relevant areas  
  • „State Owned Companies“ to check and minimize risks in the area of anti-corruption for companies partially owned or controlled by global governments 

The content is offered by Dow Jones in the following packages: 

  • SCO
  • Adverse Media Entities
  • State-Owned Companies
  • Watchlist (includes SCO, PEP, Adverse Media Persons, and global sanctions lists)
  • Trifecta (Includes all 4 individual packages)

More about Dow Jones content packages

Reguvis (subject to license)

Content from Reguvis (former "Bundesanzeiger Verlag") 

  • All EU financial sanctions (source: "Official Journal of the EU") and publications in the "Bundesanzeiger" (Federal Gazette)
  • Lists recommended for screening by the U.S. Department of Commerce
  • UN Consolidated List
  • Many additional European, US, and international lists

More sanctions lists 

  • Consolidated United Nations Security Council Sanctions List 
  • World Bank List (The World Bank Group)

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