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2018 – Annual Report on Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

2020-09-01T14:40:52+01:00February 28th, 2020|Categories: Annual Reports, Publications|

The purpose of this annual report is to provide details on Ireland’s response to Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in 2018 taking into account: the legislative regime; international dimensions; the regulatory framework; enforcement; and supervisory authorities. Click here to read the full report

2017 – Annual Report on Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

2020-09-01T14:42:13+01:00January 1st, 2018|Categories: Annual Reports, Publications|

The purpose of this Report is to provide details on Ireland’s response to Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing through: the legislative regime; the international impact; the regulatory framework; law enforcement; and supervisory authorities. Click here to read the full publication

2016 – Annual Report on Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

2020-09-01T14:42:04+01:00January 1st, 2017|Categories: Annual Reports, Publications|

The purpose of this Report is to provide details on Ireland’s response to Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing through: the legislative regime; the international impact; the regulatory framework; law enforcement; and supervisory authorities. Click here to read the full publication

2015 – Annual Report on Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

2020-09-01T15:00:05+01:00January 1st, 2016|Categories: Annual Reports, Publications|

This Report gives an overview of Ireland’s response to money laundering and terrorist financing by setting out the relevant legislative and regulatory framework along with the roles played by the various enforcement and supervisory authorities. Information is provided in both a narrative and statistical format. Click here to read the full publication

2014 – Annual Report on Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

2020-09-01T14:59:54+01:00January 1st, 2015|Categories: Annual Reports, Publications|

This Report gives an overview of Ireland’s response to money laundering and terrorist financing by setting out the relevant legislative and regulatory framework along with the roles played by the various enforcement and supervisory authorities. Information is provided in both a narrative and statistical format. Click here to read the full publication

2013 – Annual Report on Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

2020-09-01T14:59:37+01:00January 1st, 2014|Categories: Annual Reports, Publications|

This Report gives an overview of Ireland’s response to money laundering and terrorist financing by setting out the relevant legislative and regulatory framework along with the roles played by the various enforcement and supervisory authorities. Information is provided in both a narrative and statistical format. Click here to read the full publication

2012 – Statistics Report – Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

2020-05-05T12:55:05+01:00January 1st, 2013|Categories: Annual Reports, Publications|

Much of criminal conduct is financially motivated and money laundering is the process which criminals use to disguise the origin of the criminal proceeds generated by organised criminal activity. So while the problem of money laundering is not a new one, money laundering is a particularly important issue now because of the increasingly sophisticated nature of this category of crime. This phenomenon combined with the increasing globalisation of both the financial and business sectors and the internationalisation of a great deal of criminal activity makes the crime of money laundering more prevalent. Click here to read the full publication

National Risk Assessment

2019-11-15T12:57:55+00:00January 1st, 2011|Categories: Annual Reports, Publications|

National Risk Assessment This is Ireland’s first money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) national risk assessment (NRA), and the aim of this process was to identify, understand and assess the money laundering and terrorist financing risks faced by Ireland. This NRA is also intended to provide the basis for an Action Plan, which, together with the feedback from the FATF Mutual Evaluation Report (MER) and the transposition of the 4th AntiMoney Laundering Directive (4AMLD),1 will lay the ground for further strengthening the Irish anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT)2 regime. Click here to read the full publication