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Confiscation and provisional measures. Wire transfers Countries should take measures to require financial institutions, including money remitters, to include accurate and meaningful originator information name, address and account number on funds transfers and related messages that are sent, and the information should remain with the transfer or related message through the payment chain.
Responsibilities of law enforcement and investigative authorities Hits: Each country should ensure that persons or legal entities that carry out this service illegally are subject to administrative, civil or criminal sanctions. Each country should implement measures to freeze without delay funds or other assets of terrorists, those who finance terrorism and terrorist organisations in gavi with the United Nations resolutions relating to the prevention and suppression of the financing of terrorist acts.
Countries have diverse legal, administrative and operational frameworks and different financial systems, and so cannot all take identical measures to counter these threats. Targeted financial sanctions related to proliferation Hits: Each country should also adopt and implement measures, including legislative ones, which would enable the competent authorities to seize and confiscate property that is the proceeds of, or used in, or intended or allocated for use in, the financing of terrorism, terrorist acts or recomendacionse organisations.
Internal controls and foreign branches and subsidiaries Hits: Countries should also immediately implement the 400 Nations resolutions relating to the prevention and suppression of the financing of terrorist acts, particularly United Nations Security Council Resolution Criminalising the financing of terrorism and associated money laundering III.
Reliance on third parties. Other forms of international cooperation.
National cooperation and coordination. What is an effective system to combat money laundering and terrorist financing?
Reporting of suspicious transactions. If financial institutions, or gari businesses or entities subject to anti-money laundering obligations, suspect or have reasonable grounds to suspect that funds are linked or related to, or are to be used for terrorism, terrorist acts or by terrorist organisations, they should be required to report promptly their suspicions to the competent authorities.
Guidance and feedback Hits: Alternative Remittance Each country should take measures to ensure that persons or legal entities, including agents, that provide a service for the transmission of money or value, including transmission through an informal money or value transfer system gsfi network, should be licensed or registered and subject to all the FATF Recommendations that apply to banks and non-bank financial institutions. Criminalising the financing of terrorism and recomendaicones money laundering Each country should criminalise the financing of terrorism, terrorist acts and terrorist organisations.
Ratification and implementation of UN instruments Each country should take immediate steps to ratify and to implement fully the United Nations International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism. Revision of the Interpretive Note to R. This clarifies that Recommendation 5 requires countries to criminalise financing the travel of individuals who travel to a State other than their States of residence or nationality for the purpose of the perpetration, planning, or preparation of, or participation in, terrorist acts or the providing or receiving of terrorist training.
International Co-operation Each country should afford another country, on the basis of a treaty, arrangement or other mechanism for mutual legal assistance or information exchange, the greatest possible measure of assistance in connection with recomdndaciones, civil enforcement, and administrative investigations, inquiries and proceedings relating to the financing of terrorism, terrorist acts and terrorist organisations.
Countries should ensure that their competent authorities have the legal authority to stop or restrain currency or bearer negotiable instruments that are suspected to be related to terrorist financing or money laundering, recomendacciones that are falsely declared or disclosed.
Mutual legal assistance Hits: Reporting of suspicious transactions Hits: Recognising the vital importance of taking action to combat the financing of terrorism, the FATF has agreed these Recommendations, which, when combined with the FATF Forty Recommendations on money laundering, set out the basic framework to detect, prevent and suppress the financing of terrorism and terrorist acts.
In cases where the currency or bearer negotiable instruments are related to terrorist financing or money laundering, countries should also adopt measures, including legislative ones consistent with Recommendation 3 and Special Recommendation III, which would enable the confiscation of such currency or instruments.
Each country should afford another country, on the basis of a treaty, arrangement or other mechanism for mutual legal assistance or information exchange, the greatest possible measure of assistance in connection with criminal, civil enforcement, and administrative investigations, inquiries and proceedings relating to the financing of terrorism, terrorist acts and terrorist organisations.
Targeted financial sanctions related to terrorism and terrorist financing.
IX Special Recommendations
Financial institution secrecy laws. Countries should ensure that effective, proportionate and dissuasive sanctions are available to deal with persons who make false declaration s or disclosure s.
National cooperation and coordination Hits: Responsibilities of law enforcement and investigative authorities. Targeted financial sanctions related to proliferation. Reporting suspicious transactions related to terrorism V.
Documents – Financial Action Task Force (FATF)
Revision of the standard on non-profit organisation NPO to clarify the subset of NPOs which should be made subject to supervision and monitoring. Financial intelligence units Hits: Countries should take measures to refomendaciones that financial institutions, including money remitters, conduct enhanced scrutiny of and monitor for suspicious activity funds transfers which do not contain complete originator information name, address and account number.
Review of the Standards.
Money or value transfer services. Each country should criminalise the financing of terrorism, terrorist acts and terrorist organisations.