Terrorists and terrorist entities designated by the Singapore government on top of the UN security council set of sanctions.
Singapore seems to mostly enforce the use of the UN SC sanctions list, but adds a very small number of individuals that financial institutions have to screen for additonally.
These additional entities are specified in the Terrorism (Suppression of Financing) Act 2002, first schedule.
|Publisher:||Monetary Authority of Singapore (Singapore)|
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is Singapore’s central bank and integrated financial regulator. MAS also works with the financial industry to develop Singapore as a dynamic international financial centre.
|Source data:||sso.agc.gov.sg (HTML)|
|Collections:||in Due Diligence List · Consolidated Sanctioned Entities|
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|FollowTheMoney entities||47 kB|
|Target names text file||1 kB|
|Source data||277 kB|
|Targets as nested JSON||48 kB|
|Targets as simplified CSV||12 kB|
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