The onsite visit for the mutual evaluation of Fiji was conducted from 12-23 October 2015 in Suva.
The APG Co-Chairs have issued APG Policy Statement - Observers 2015 which sets out the APG's policy on observer jurisdictions and observer organisations and includes a recent decision by the APG membership in July 2015 on member/observer outreach.
The APG has issued an amended public statement in relation to Vanuatu to reflect the adoption of its third round mutual evaluation report and Vanuatu's referral by APG members to the FATF's International Cooperation Review Group.
The Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG) has completed assessments of five members’ anti-money laundering (AML)/counter-terrorist financing (CFT) systems.
The APG Annual Report 2014-2015, with independently audited financial statements and incorporating the outcomes of the 18th Annual Meeting and Technical Assistance and Training Forum in Auckland, New Zealand in July 2015 is now available for download
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 APG is pleased to announce that Australia has appointed a new Co-Chair, Australian Federal Police Deputy Commissioner Leanne Close.
Deputy Commissioner Leanne Close's biography and photo can be found in the Co-Chair section of this website.
The APG held its 18th Annual Meeting in Auckland, New Zealand from 13 to 17 July 2015. The meeting was co-chaired by Mr Rajesh Chhana, New Zealand Ministry of Justice and Mr Andrew Colvin, Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police.
The government of Myanmar hosted the 2nd APG Implementation Issues Working Group Regional Workshop on Implementing Targeted Financial Sanctions Against Terrorism in Yangon from 29-30 April 2015.
From 14-16 April 2015, the APG secretariat hosted representatives from the Eastern and Southern Africa Anti-Money Laundering Group (ESAAMLG) Efficiency Scrutiny Working Group.
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