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Information sessions on money laundering risks identified following the last national assessment


The main vulnerabilities related to money laundering and financing of terrorism, identified in the second national assessment*, as well as recommendations to reduce them, will be discussed in two information sessions addressed to the entities supervised by the National Bank of Moldova (NBM). The sessions are organized with the support of the USAID Moldova Financial Sector Transparency Activity (FSTA) project and will be moderated by national and international experts in the field of preventing and combating money laundering and financing of terrorism (AML/CFT).

Both sessions will be held in online format on 30 June 2022. The first session, dedicated to representatives of banks and non-bank payment service providers, will take place between 10:00 and 12:00. Interested persons can register for the event by filling in the registration form.

The second session, scheduled for 13:00 - 15:00, is intended for representatives of foreign exchange offices, who will be able to connect to the event after prior registration.

AML/CFT events are part of a series of measures supported by the USAID FSTA project to strengthen the capacity of supervisors and reporting entities to effectively prevent and combat financial crime. Also, within this project, the NBM will soon dispose of a state-of-the-art IT solution, designed to automate and streamline the processes of monitoring money laundering risks and shareholding structure of supervised banks.

* The results of the national assessment of the risks related to money laundering and financing of terrorism are contained in the second Report published by the Office for Prevention and Fight against Money Laundering on 1 April 2022. The document presents the threats and vulnerabilities identified at the level of each sector assessed, among which: banking activity, non-bank lending, insurance, securities, activity of foreign exchange offices, etc.