Hits: Recommendation 2: National cooperation and coordination. Recommendation 3: Money laundering offence. Recommendation 4: Confiscation and provisional measures.
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Hits: Recommendation 2: National cooperation and coordination. Recommendation 3: Money laundering offence. Recommendation 4: Confiscation and provisional measures. Recommendation 5: Terrorist financing offence. Recommendation 6: Targeted financial sanctions related to terrorism and terrorist financing.
Recommendation 7: Targeted financial sanctions related to proliferation. Recommendation 8: Non-profit organisations. Recommendation 9: Financial institution secrecy laws. Recommendation Customer due diligence. Recommendation Record-keeping.
Recommendation Politically exposed persons. Recommendation Correspondent banking. Recommendation Money or value transfer services. Recommendation New technologies. Recommendation Wire transfers. Recommendation Reliance on third parties. Recommendation Internal controls and foreign branches and subsidiaries. Recommendation Higher-risk countries. Recommendation Reporting of suspicious transactions. Recommendation Tipping-off and confidentiality. Recommendation Transparency and beneficial ownership of legal persons.
Recommendation Transparency and beneficial ownership of legal arrangements. Recommendation Regulation and supervision of financial institutions. Recommendation Powers of supervisors. Recommendation Financial intelligence units. Recommendation Responsibilities of law enforcement and investigative authorities.
Recommendation Powers of law enforcement and investigative authorities. Recommendation Cash couriers. Recommendation Statistics. Recommendation Guidance and feedback. Recommendation Sanctions. Recommendation International instruments. Recommendation Mutual legal assistance. Recommendation Mutual legal assistance: freezing and confiscation. Recommendation Extradition. Recommendation Other forms of international cooperation.
Sujet: Recommandations du GAFI
The FATF and FATF-Style Regional Bodies will work together with international organisations to develop proposals to strengthen all counter-terrorism financing tools and to ensure that they are working effectively. FATF and private sector representatives met for the annual meeting of the private sector consultative forum. During this two-day event, FATF received useful input from the private sector on important issues that included recent developments related to terrorism and terrorist financing risks, and an exchange of views on "de-risking". The risk-based approach is an essential component of the effective implementation of the FATF Recommendations. This guidance will help in the design and implementation of this approach for the banking sector, taking into account national risk assessments and the national legal and regulatory framework.
Évaluation mutuelle du Brésil
This Bill has been approved by the Senate and is currently under consideration in the House of Representatives. Brazil has significantly enhanced its ability to prosecute money laundering ML offences by implementing a system of Specialised Federal Courts which bring together federal prosecutors and judges specialised and with experience in handling cases involving ML and other financial crimes. The main sources of proceeds of crime in Brazil are corruption and crimes against the national financial system, including fraud and capital flight. Drug trafficking, weapons trafficking, organised crime, smuggling and embezzlement of governmental money are also important sources of illegal proceeds.