Adding to the financial sanctions and travel bans imposed on certain Russian and Ukrainian individuals on 19 March, Australia has imposed sanctions on an additional 38 individuals, bringing the total number sanctioned to 50. It has also imposed sanctions on 11 companies. Under the sanctions, it is an offence to make any kind of asset available to, or for the benefit of, the designated individuals, whether directly or indirectly. It is also an offence to use or deal with assets owned or controlled by such individuals. Although the statement released on 19 March said that designated persons would be published in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Consolidated List (the “DFAT List”), the latest version of the DFAT List does not reflect this. As such, neither the individuals nor the companies have been identified.