Publication of Wolfsberg Group statement on Developing an Effective AML/CTF Programme
The Wolfsberg Group is pleased to publish its statement on Developing an Effective Anti-Money Laundering (AML)/Counter-Terrorism Financing (CTF) Programme. This document outlines steps that Financial Institutions (FIs) can take to evolve their AML/CTF regimes to meet the key elements of an effective programme, which were set out in the Group’s December 2019 statement on Effectiveness:
1. Complying with AML/CTF laws and regulations
2. Providing highly useful information to relevant government agencies in defined priority areas
3. Establishing a reasonable and risk-based set of controls to mitigate the risks of an FI being used to facilitate illicit activity
The Group believes that the approach it has outlined will enable FIs to optimise the detection and deterrence of illicit activity, while at the same time reducing friction on innocent customers and helping governments achieve their financial inclusion objectives.
As AML/CTF regimes around the world continue to focus on effectiveness, the Group remains committed to collaborating with policy makers, supervisors, law enforcement agencies and other stakeholders to develop this approach further.
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