More than £713million worth of Russian assets have been frozen in Jersey, as of the end of March 2022.
External Relations Minister Senator Ian Gorst promised to publish these details every month.
He says Jersey continues to stand with Ukraine and our international allies.
In line with the commitment I gave at the end of March, I have today published details of Russian assets that have been frozen by Jersey entities. This important public information will be updated monthly. Jersey continues to stand with Ukraine and our international allies 1/2— Senator Ian Gorst (@Ian_Gorst) April 13, 2022
He is worth $8.3billion, according to Forbes.
The States of Jersey Police executed search warrants at premises in the island that are thought to be connected to Mr Abramovich's business activities.
In a Scrutiny hearing, Senator Steve Pallett asked International Development Minister Deputy Carolyn Labey what this might do to improve Jersey's reputation internationally.
Deputy Labey says a 'hard stance' on freezing assets at the moment 'is the measure that we need to take'.
"There has obviously got to be huge amounts of due diligence done when taking on clients. The KYC could never be more important for the island and the island's reputation.
I would favour a very hard line for them to take on the freezing of the assets."
Elsewhere, Senator Gorst has paid tribute to says it's been a pleasure to work with the UK politician with primary responsibility for London's relationship with the island, after he left his job as UK justice minister.
David Wolfson has quit because of the gatherings at Downing Street during coronavirus lockdowns.
My letter to the Prime Minister today. pic.twitter.com/lADCvKDKbB— David Wolfson (@DXWQC) April 13, 2022
Boris Johnson and chancellor Rishi Sunak were fined for being at a birthday party for the PM in June 2020.
Senator Gorst has thanked Lord Wolfson for 'his support of Jersey'.
David, it’s been a pleasure working with you. Thank you for your support of Jersey. Best wishes.— Senator Ian Gorst (@Ian_Gorst) April 13, 2022