Anti-Money Laundering Measures Documents

30.04.2017 | M. Buku, R. Mazer | CGAP

This Brief highlights how fraud is impacting mobile money providers, agents, and consumers, as well as efforts to reduce risks and vulnerabilities to fraud in mobile money and related services. While it is not possible to remove fraud entirely from...

13.04.2017 | P. Makin | FSD Africa

This document provides a contextual background to the issues around customer registration, money laundering and terrorist financing, with a focus on the internationally applicable Financial Action Task Force (FATF) recommendations and their effects...

30.11.2016 | V. Ramachandran | IFC

Anti-money laundering/combating-the-financing-of-terrorism laws are grounded in reasonable national security concerns—preventing the cross-border flow of funds to terror or criminal groups. But these policies can have unintentional and costly...

30.09.2016 | L. Denyes, S. Lonie | IFC, The MasterCard Foundation

This handbook is designed for any type of financial institution offering or planning to offer digital financial services, such as mobile money and agent banking, and outlines how best to hand risk management for digital financial services.

31.03.2016 | J. Zimmerman, S. Baur | CGAP

This Brief focuses on the particular experiences of low-income and vulnerable recipients. It reviews existing evidence from digital social payments (DSP) programs in 12 emerging markets to identify the most common and consequential consumer risks...

29.02.2016 | N. Kyriakos-Saad, M. Vasquez, C. El Khoury, A. El Murr | IMF

The money laundering (ML) and terrorist financing (TF) risks associated with conventional finance are generally well identified and understood by the relevant national authorities. There is, however, no common understanding of ML/TF risks associated...

31.01.2016 | Compliance & Risk Resources | FinMark Trust

FinMark Trust commissioned and funded the development of the focus notes contained in this report in order to highlight key considerations relating to anti-money laundering (AML) and combating the financing of terrorism (CFT) in 13 Southern African...

30.11.2015 | The World Bank Group | The World Bank Group

Correspondent banking services are essential to enabling companies and individuals to transact internationally and make cross-border payments. Recently there have been indications that certain large international banks have started terminating or...

30.11.2015 | FSB | FSB

The Report to the G20 on actions taken to assess and address the decline in correspondent banking provides a report on work by the FSB in partnership with other organisations to examine the extent and causes of banks’ withdrawal from correspondent...

31.08.2015 | J. Symington | FinMark Trust

FinMark Trust commissioned and funded the development of the focus notes contained in this report in order to highlight key considerations relating to anti-money laundering (AML) and combating the financing of terrorism (CFT) in 13 Southern African...

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