Methods & Trends News
A recently published FATF/APG report aims to raise awareness about the type of financial information that can identify human trafficking for sexual exploitation or forced labour.
The APG and The Financial Action Task Force Training and Research Institute (FATF-TREIN) hosted the 2017 Joint Typologies and Capacity Building Workshop between 13 and 16 November 2017 in Busan, Korea.
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.
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 2016 Joint MENAFATF/APG Typologies and Capacity Building Workshop will be held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia from 28 November to 1 December 2016.
Further details of the venue and time will be posted closer to the event.
The 2015 APG Typologies and Capacity Building Workshop was held in Kathmandu, Nepal, from 16-20 November 2015, hosted by the Government of Nepal.
The workshop involved approximately 230 delegates.
The 2015 APG Yearly Typologies Report is produced by the APG Typologies Working Group. The report includes observations on Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing techniques and methods drawn from across the APG region.
The 2014 APG Typologies Workshop was held jointly with the FATF in Bangkok, hosted by the Government of Thailand Anti Money Laundering Office (AMLO).
The 2014 APG/FATF Joint Experts’ Meeting on Typologies will be hosted by the Thai government in Bangkok, Thailand, from 24-28 November.
The 2014 APG Yearly Typologies Report is produced by the APG Typologies Working Group. The report includes observations on Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing techniques and methods drawn from across the APG region.
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