Asia / Pacific Group On Money Laundering

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The Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering is an inter-governmental organisation, consisting of 41 member jurisdictions, focused on ensuring that its members effectively implement the international standards against money laundering, terrorist financing and proliferation financing related to weapons of mass destruction.

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  • New Report on Typologies of Proliferation Financing


    King’s College London has carried out an analysis of key data relating to DPRK, Iran, Syria, Pakistan and India provided by a number of governments and financial institutions, as well as information in the records of judicial proceedings, UN Panel reports and media reports.

  • Managing Referrals from FATF’s International Review Group


    This policy document establishes a procedure for the management of ICRG referrals for monitoring specific issues of concern following ICRG de-listing. These procedures set out mechanisms that support efficient and accurate monitoring and sharing of up-to-date information on progress with matters referred by the FATF at the point of ICRG de-listing.

  • APG Annual Report 2016-2017


    The APG’s annual report summarises the achievements of the APG against the Strategic Plan 2016-2020 over the last financial year, incorporating outcomes from the most recent Annual Meeting.

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