US Sanctions 2.0; "Additional Costs" Levied On Russian Banks & Billionaires - Full List

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After warning of the potential for "dangerous risks of escalation" President Obama, absent his Congress, has signed an Executive Order authorizing further penalties on more Russian individuals and also a bank. "We’re imposing sanctions on more senior officials of the Russian government,” Obama said. “In addition, we are today sanctioning a number of other individuals with substantial resources and influence who provide material support to the Russian leadership, as well as a bank that provides material support to these individuals.” The list includes Bank Rossiya (Russia's 5th largest bank), and 20 more individuals including Billionaire Gennady Timchenko, and Duma Deputy Speaker Evgeny Bushmin.

Via AP,

President Barack Obama says the United States is levying a new round of economic sanctions on individuals in Russia, both inside and outside the government, in retaliation for the Kremlin's actions in Ukraine.

 

Obama says he has also signed a new executive order that would allow the U.S. to sanction key sectors of the Russian economy.

 

The new penalties mark the second round of economic sanctions the U.S. has levied on Russia this week. The first round of penalties had little impact in stopping Moscow from annexing the strategically important Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine.

 

  • *TREASURY ADDS 20 INDIVIDUALS, BANK ROSSIYA TO SANCTIONS LIST
  • *OBAMA SIGNS DECREE ON POSSIBLE INTRODUCTION OF SANCTIONS ON KEY SECTORS OF RUSSIAN ECONOMY
  • *U.S. SANCTIONS MAY TARGET METALS, MINING, DEFENSE: OFFICIALS

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

BUSHMIN, Evgeni Viktorovich (a.k.a. BUSHMIN, Evgeny; a.k.a. BUSHMIN, Yevgeny); DOB 10 Oct 1958; POB Lopatino, Sergachiisky Region, Russia; Deputy Speaker of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation; Chairman of the Council of the Federation Budget and Financial Markets Committee (individual) [UKRAINE2].

DZHABAROV, Vladimir Michailovich; DOB 29 Sep 1952; First Deputy Chairman of the International Affairs Committee of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation (individual) [UKRAINE2].

FURSENKO, Andrei Alexandrovich (a.k.a. FURSENKO, Andrei; a.k.a. FURSENKO, Andrey); DOB 17 Jul 1949; POB St. Petersburg, Russia; Aide to the President of the Russian Federation (individual) [UKRAINE2].

GROMOV, Alexei; DOB 1960; POB Zagorsk (Sergiev, Posad), Moscow Region, Russia; First Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office; First Deputy Head of Presidential Administration; First Deputy Presidential Chief of Staff (individual) [UKRAINE2].

IVANOV, Sergei (a.k.a. IVANOV, Sergey); DOB 31 Jan 1953; POB St. Petersburg, Russia; Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office (individual) [UKRAINE2].

IVANOV, Victor Petrovich (a.k.a. IVANOV, Viktor); DOB 12 May 1950; alt. DOB 1952; POB Novgorod, Russia (individual) [UKRAINE2].

KOHZIN, Vladimir Igorevich; DOB 28 Feb 1959; POB Troitsk, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia (individual) [UKRAINE2].

KOVALCHUK, Yuri Valentinovich (a.k.a. KOVALCHUK, Yury Valentinovich); DOB 25 Jul 1951; POB Saint Petersburg, Russia (individual) [UKRAINE2].

MIRONOV, Sergei Mikhailovich (a.k.a. MIRONOV, Sergei); DOB 14 Feb 1953; POB Pushkin, Saint Petersburg, Russia; Member of the Council of the State Duma; Leader of A Just Russia Party; Member of the State Duma Committee on Housing Policy and Housing and Communal Services (individual) [UKRAINE2].

NARYSHKIN, Sergey Yevgenyevich (a.k.a. NARYSHKIN, Sergei); DOB 27 Oct 1954; POB Saint Petersburg, Russia (individual) [UKRAINE2].

OZEROV, Viktor Alekseevich (a.k.a. OZEROV, Viktor Alexeyevich); DOB 05 Jan 1958; POB Abakan, Khakassia, Russia; Chairman of the Security and Defense Federation Council of the Russian Federation (individual) [UKRAINE2].

PANTELEEV, Oleg Evgenevich (a.k.a. PANTELEEV, Oleg); DOB 21 Jul 1952; POB Zhitnikovskoe, Kurgan Region, Russia; First Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Parliamentary Issues (individual) [UKRAINE2].

ROTENBERG, Arkady; DOB 15 Dec 1951; POB St. Petersburg, Russia (individual) [UKRAINE2].

ROTENBERG, Boris; DOB 03 Jan 1957; POB St. Petersburg, Russia (individual) [UKRAINE2].

RYZHKOV, Nikolai Ivanovich (a.k.a. RYZHKOV, Nikolai); DOB 28 Sep 1929; POB Duleevka, Donetsk Region, Ukraine; Senator in the Russian Upper House of Parliament; Member of the Committee for Federal Issues, Regional Politics and the North of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation (individual) [UKRAINE2].

SERGUN, Igor Dmitrievich; DOB 28 Mar 1957; Lieutenant General; Chief of the Main Directorate of the General Staff (GRU); Deputy Chief of the General Staff (individual) [UKRAINE2].

TIMCHENKO, Gennady (a.k.a. TIMCHENKO, Gennadiy Nikolayevich; a.k.a. TIMCHENKO, Gennady Nikolayevich; a.k.a. TIMTCHENKO, Guennadi), Geneva, Switzerland; DOB 09 Nov 1952; POB Leninakan, Armenia; alt. POB Gyumri, Armenia; nationality Finland; alt. nationality Russia; alt. nationality Armenia (individual) [UKRAINE2].

TOTOONOV, Aleksandr Borisovich (a.k.a. TOTOONOV, Alexander; a.k.a. TOTOONOV, Alexander B.); DOB 03 Mar 1957; POB Ordzhonikidze, North Ossetia, Russia; alt. POB Vladikavkaz, North Ossetia, Russia; Member of the Committee on Culture, Science, and Information, Federation Council of the Russian Federation (individual) [UKRAINE2].

YAKUNIN, Vladimir; DOB 30 Jun 1948; POB Vladimir Oblast, Russia (individual) [UKRAINE2].

ZHELEZNYAK, Sergei Vladimirovich (a.k.a. ZHELEZNYAK, Sergei; a.k.a. ZHELEZNYAK, Sergey); DOB 30 Jul 1970; POB Saint Petersburg, Russia; Deputy Speaker of the State Duma of the Russian Federation (individual) [UKRAINE2].

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

BANK ROSSIYA (f.k.a. AKTSIONERNY BANK RUSSIAN FEDERATION), 2 Liter A Pl. Rastrelli, Saint Petersburg 191124, Russia; SWIFT/BIC ROSY RU 2P; Website www.abr.ru; Email Address bank@abr.ru [UKRAINE2].

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LawsofPhysics's picture

And when Putin nationalizes all american assets, what then Barry?

By design folks, by design.

kw2012's picture

It's not US assets that we have to worry about. It's the 150 Billion in loans US banks have made to Russia.

HarryWanqer's picture

Have no fear, the Federal Reserve can bail out any bank plus itself 10 times over.

fonestar's picture

fonestar didn't like the idea that other people could restrict his money so he switched to...

FIRST ANTI-NATIONALIST BANK OF SATOSHI NAKAMOTO

Sudden Debt's picture

and if you want to do a withdraw, a simple DOS attack will do...

gmrpeabody's picture

Just who the fuck thinks up all these BS sanctions..., and are they being paid a salary by us taxpayers?

(save some money and fire the pricks)

SafelyGraze's picture

the constitution prohibits congress from levying a "direct tax" on individuals

so it is a good thing that the constitution doesn't have any language restricting the powers of executive orders

hugs,
the electronic sotero-pen 

i-dog's picture

Did Putin hand Obama a list of his [current/potential] political enemies?

gmrpeabody's picture

+100..., seriously, Obama fights like a girl.

Sudden Debt's picture

Actually... I think Michel does the fighting for him...

that woman looks nasty scarry even when she smiles...

Byte Me's picture

+100..., seriously, Obama fights like a girl.

That's rayciss against gurlz bubbo.

He doesn't fight - period.

fonestar's picture

How exactly would a DOS attack effect Bitcoin?

fonestar's picture

Sure, fonestar has billions of satoshis.  Stick to your "dollar" denominator, you're good there.

Soul Glow's picture

Ah, so you are totally dillusional.

fonestar's picture

fonestar believes it was you who referenced "dollars" as in billionaire.

Headbanger's picture

But fonerats is a lot moar fun that way!

fonestar's picture

Another dollar-gold mind control subject.

agent default's picture

Does your mother know you visit sites that allow adult language?

kw2012's picture

Zimbabwe had a central back... once. Printed itself in to oblivian.

StychoKiller's picture

It's like the puppetmasters are reliving the '80s, and think they can bankrupt Russia again.  But this time Moscow only has to announce its own version of Star Wars (weaponizing space), and the US cannot keep up because there IS NO MONEY in Ft Knox!  Look at any map of the landmass under Putin's control, WHO in their right minds thinks that they don't have enough resources to laugh at these pitiful US sanctions?

dontgoforit's picture

Question is:  When did the KGB recruit Comrade Obama?

Payne's picture

Is this how they will coverup the Derivative collaspe, executive decree !

Divided States of America's picture

With sanctions by US/EU on Russia AND the Chinese credit crunch causing Chinese hot money to exit foreign investments, it surely looks like global liquidity will be shrinking rapidly real soon

disabledvet's picture

I agree. Doesn't seem very well thought through actually.
The "we're richer than you" (but not Putin!) policy.

Most of these folks strike me as political leaders...not the head of anything "nefarious." How are we helping our own "cause" (We are one with Ukraine!) by doing this?

Not saying I have the answer...just saying...you know "lay down the law here" bro...forget "sanctions"...we got entire Federal Programs if not an entire war effort that keeps Russia stable and in one piece. The whole "I looked into Putin's soul" thingy.

So he blows 50 billion on the Olympics "and all I got out of the deal was regime change"...what more "sanctions" need be applied here?

LawsofPhysics's picture

That too, but don't kid yourself, many American corporations have assets in Russia, and China.

Dr. Engali's picture

Pffhhhhttttt...... The BernankenYellen can print that with their eyes closed.

agent default's picture

True, but not many left to accept the USD with their eyes closed though.

rsnoble's picture

150billion is only 2 months QE is it really an issue as long as the digital zero machine is in operation?

Rainman's picture

OOpsy .... CAT has a manufacturing plant outside St. Petersburg

RockRiver's picture

Is it legal for Hussein Obama to do this without the house or senate involved?

smlbizman's picture

legal left the building a while ago....

order66's picture

When do the U.S. Nat Gas export bans get lifted and construction start on the new direct pipes to Western Europe?

Oquities's picture

lift them today and you'll see natgas in EU in about 10 years.  you'll have to build liquification facilities here, de-liquification facilities there, new pipelines there, new LNG ships, and get all the permits and bribes done first. ur dreamin'

CrashisOptimistic's picture

For the 10th time, the US is a net natural gas IMPORTER.

It's not going to be sending nat gas anywhere other than another US city, unless you want the price to go higher on consumers.

Oquities's picture

that does not mean we aren't stupid enough to try.  we export refined gasoline.

CrashisOptimistic's picture

Venezuela has no refineries capable of processing its poor quality oil.  They ship it to Houston.  Houston refines it and ships the gasoline back to them. 

This is not gasoline refined from domestic oil production.  We import 7 million barrels per day of crude.

ShrNfr's picture

Most of our exports to the EU are diesel, most of our imports from the EU are gasoline. The crack always yields both. The EU uses diesel in preference to gasoline. They have extra gas. The US uses gasoline in preference to fiesel. We have extra diesel. We swap.

agent default's picture

Another proof of US dumbfuckery.  Diesel engines are much more efficient than gas engines.

DontGive's picture

I have to disagree. That's precisely why they will export - the price arbitrage. As soon as the infrastructure is up.

kw2012's picture

Probably matches the EU list now. Leading from behind.

HarryWanqer's picture

Thank God for executive orders.

kw2012's picture

Hugo Chavez called them proclamations. 

Toolshed's picture

"Thank God for executive orders."

Yes indeed!! Thank god for dictators. I hope you are being as sarcastic as I am.

Dr. Engali's picture

It's funny how many people can't grasp sarcasm.

davinci7_gis's picture

RSX is a very good deal right now at around $22.75!

Emergency Ward's picture

TRF (Templeton Russia CEF) $12.60, a timely addition to anybody's MyRA account -- fund it with EBT debits.  Remember, Barry said the MyRA would never lose value!