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Publication of Mutual Evaluation and Mutual Evaluation Follow-Up Reports
Mutual evaluation reports
Prior to 2007, assessed APG members were strongly encouraged to publish their mutual evaluation reports, but were not obliged to do so. At the 2007 Annual Meeting, the membership agreed to a rule requiring all members to publish their reports.
All mutual evaluation reports can be accessed via the Documents section of this website, under both Mutual Evaluations and Members and Observers.
Mutual evaluation follow-up reports
At the 2012 Annual Meeting members decided to align the APG’s ME follow-up publication policy with the FATF, i.e. to publish a ME follow-up analysis report upon a member’s removal from the regular follow-up process or upon request by a member.
In accordance with the APG's Revised Second Round Mutual Evaluation Follow-Up Procedures 2013, the APG will publish the APG Review Team’s detailed Analysis Report (as well as the member’s detailed progress report) upon a member’s removal from the regular follow-up process. The detailed Analysis Report will be placed on the APG website following its adoption at the Annual Meeting, including the Review Team’s recommendation to remove the member from the regular follow-up process and place the member on “reduced follow-up” (including submission of biennial update reports).
All other Analysis Reports (and/or any other information relevant to the actions a member is taking to enhance its AML/CFT system) will only be placed on the APG website upon request from a member subject to the report.
All available mutual evaluation follow-up reports can be accessed via the Documents section of this website, under both Mutual Evaluations and Members and Observers.