A targeted stand by the UK Anti Money Laundering Regime (AML) (2006) resource Articles OCEG Reviewed
Agreement between the European Union and the United States of America on the processing and transfer of Financial Messaging Data from the European Union to the United States for purposes of the Terrorist Finance Tracking Program (2009) resource International Materials OCEG Reviewed
The aim of this Agreement is to ensure, with full respect for the privacy, protection of personal data, and other conditions set out in this Agreement, that relevant financial information is available to the competent law enforcement, public security or counter terrorims authorities of both US and EU and its Member States for the purpose of the prevention, investigation, detection, or prosecuti
AML Illustrated Series: #1 Building an Effective Anti-Money Laundering Program resource Anti-Money Laundering Illustrated OCEG Reviewed
Part one of the four part Anti-Money Laundering Illustrated Series provides an overview of the design of an effective AML program.
AML Illustrated Series: #2 What Does an Effective AML Business Risk Assessment Program Look Like? resource Anti-Money Laundering Illustrated OCEG Reviewed
This second installment in the four part AML Illustrated Series addresses the design of an effective assessment of business risks that may enable money laundering, and how to control or change them. Download the illustration using the Download Document button to the right.
Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 Series Page, Australia resource International Materials OCEG Reviewed
Anti-Money Laundering Practice Note (Law Society, UK. 2007) resource White Papers Member contributionOCEG Reviewed
Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) resource Organizations & Associations Member contributionOCEG Reviewed
Bank Secrecy Act, as codified resource National Laws Member contributionOCEG Reviewed
Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) resource Organizations & Associations OCEG Reviewed
The Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) is an organisation of thirty states of the Caribbean Basin, which have agreed to implement common countermeasures to address the problem of criminal money laundering.