The recently completed joint APG and Global Center on Cooperative Security typologies report, ‘Financing and Facilitation of Foreign Terrorist Fighters and Returnees in Southeast Asia’, has been published.
On 14 December 2021, over 200 private sector attendees from Nepal joined an APG online seminar to discuss opportunities for the private sector to best support Nepal’s overall efforts to strengthen Nepal’s AML/CFT systems.
The second session of the virtual APG Training Series, 'ML/TF Risk Assessment and Risk-Based Approach', was held on 7 December 2021 and attended by over 30 APG members and observers.
The APG successfully delivered its third virtual assessor training workshop for 2021, from 25 November to 3 December 2021.
The 2021 APG Typologies Workshop was co-hosted by the government of Malaysia from 9-11 November 2021 in virtual format and attended by approximately 190 delegates from APG members, observers and private sector organisations.
The APG concluded its 2021 special plenary hosted in virtual format by the Government of Australia. Deputy Commissioner Ian McCartney of the Australian Federal Police chaired the meeting held on 18 November 2021.
The first session of the virtual APG Training Series, 'Introduction to VA/VASPs and the relevant FATF Standards', was held on 2 November 2021 and attended by over 40 APG members and observers.
The Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG) is seeking a dynamic, motivated and experienced individual to join its executive team as a Director to work in the secretariat located in Sydney, Australia.
In October 2021, the APG membership considered and adopted the APG Follow Up Report of Sri Lanka.
The Follow Up Report of Sri Lanka is now available for download.
In July 2021, the APG membership considered and adopted the APG Mutual Evaluation Report of Tonga.
The Mutual Evaluation Report of Tonga is now available for download.
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