Wildlife crime is a serious threat to thousands of species. This report provides case studies, key finding, recommendations and good practices to assist the detection, investigation and disruption of illicit financial flows from wildlife crime.
The APG conducted a US-funded money laundering and criminal asset confiscation investigation training workshop in Suva, Fiji from 19 to 22 June 2017.
The APG Secretariat hosted the APG’s 7th assessor training workshop using the 2013 FATF assessment methodology from 1-5 May in Sydney, Australia
The APG conducted a money laundering and criminal asset confiscation investigation training workshop in Rarotonga, Cook Islands from 27 to 30 March 2017.
With generous support from Canada, the APG Secretariat and former mutual evaluation (ME) team members (assessors) from Bangladesh and Macao, China conducted a strategic implementation planning (SIP) visit to Bhutan on 22 and 23 March 2017.
The IMF and the APG conducted a joint mutual evaluation workshop in Shanghai, China in March 2017 ahead of China’s 4th round AML/CFT mutual evaluation scheduled for mid-2018 to train government agencies and private sector reporting entities on the requirements of their upcoming evaluation.
The APG Annual Report 2015-2016, with independently audited financial statements and incorporating the outcomes of the 19th Annual Meeting and Technical Assistance and Training Forum in San Diego, United States in September 2016 is now available.
The onsite visit for the mutual evaluation of Cambodia was conducted from 4 to 16 December 2016.
The onsite visit for the mutual evaluation of Macao, China was conducted from 21 November to 2 December 2016.
The onsite visit for the mutual evaluation of Thailand was conducted from 31 October – 11 November 2016 at the Anti Money Laundering Office in Bangkok.
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