Public statements FAFT







EAG recommendations


One of the most important mechanisms that ensure the effective functioning of the international system for combating money laundering and terrorist financing is the work of the FATF and MONEYVAL to identify states and jurisdictions whose national anti-money laundering systems largely do not comply with international standards in this area, or which do not seek to cooperate in this area at the international level.


In 2008-2009, this mechanism was implemented through the issuance of FATF and MONEYVAL statements, in which the relevant states and jurisdictions were given recommendations on the need to bring national anti-money laundering legislation in line with international standards.



Public statements FATF




FATF Public Statement-June 2022


FATF Public Statement-March 2022


FATF Public Statement-October 2021


FATF Public Statement-February 2021


FATF Public Statement-October 2020


FATF Public Statement-June 2020


FATF Public Statement-February 2020


FATF Public Statement-October 2019


FATF Public Statement-June 2019


FATF Public Statement-February 2019


FATF Public Statement-October 2018


FATF Public Statement-June 2018


FATF Public Statement-February 2018


FATF Public Statement-November 2017


FATF Public Statement-June 2017


FATF Public Statement-February 2017


FATF Public Statement-October 2016


FATF Public Statement-June 2016


FATF Public Statement-February 2016


FATF Public Statement-October 2015


FATF Public Statement-June 2015


FATF Public Statement-February 2015


FATF Public Statement-October 2014


FATF Public Statement-June 2014


FATF Public Statement-February 2014




MONEYVAL statements:


December 14, 2009

September 24, 2009

March 20, 2009

December 12, 2008