MONEYVAL Rapporto 2014 (22 luglio 2015)

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Il 21 luglio 2015 è stato pubblicato il “MONEYVAL’s Activity Report for 2014” (qui in pdf, 1.3 M, 58 pp. in lingua inglese) insieme al “discorso di presentazione”  (qui in pdf, 79 K, 2 pp. in lingua inglese) di Anton Bartolo presidente di MONEYVAL.

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Cos’è il Moneyval?

Moneyval, Comitato di esperti per la valutazione delle misure anti-riciclaggio e contro il finanziamento del terrorismo, è un organo del Consiglio d’Europa che valuta la conformità delle legislazioni nazionali rispetto agli standard ed alle norme internazionali ed europee di contrasto del riciclaggio di denaro e del finanziamento del terrorismo nonché l’efficacia della loro attuazione pratica e formula raccomandazioni alle autorità nazionali per quanto riguarda i miglioramenti necessari ai propri sistemi.

Indice del documento “MONEYVAL’s Activity Report for 2014”

  • Contents
  • Abbreviations and acronyms
  • Introduction from the chairman
  • Executive summary
  • Introduction and backround
    • Overview of work conducted in 2014
    • Structure of this report
  • Aim and status of Moneyval
    • Members and observers
    • Activities and programmes
    • Governance
    • Scientifc Experts
  • Third mutual evaluation round
    • Objectives and format
    • Third round progress reports
  • Fourth mutual evaluation round
    • Objectives and format
    • Biennial update
    • Regular follow-up
    • Enhanced follow-up
    • Publication
    • MONEYVAL follow-up
    • procedures and transition to the 5th round
    • Fourth round mutual evaluation reports
    • Fourth round follow-up reports
  • Special assessment on the effectiveness of customer due diligence measures in the banking sector in Cyprus
  • Compliance enhancing procedures (CEPS)
    • CEPs structure
    • CEPs reports considered in 2014
  • Identified important deficiencies as a result of the process regarding the state of compliance on all nc and pc ratings in the 3rd round mutual evaluation report (“the nc/pc process”)
  • Voluntary tax compliance programmes and AML/CFT requirements
  • Typologies work and other research reports
    • Structure of typologies and research work
    • Reports considered in 2014
    • Laundering the proceeds of organised crime
    • Strengthening Financial
    • Integrity through Financial Inclusion
  • Other important activities and initiatives in 2014
    • Key partnerships
    • Participation in other forums
    • Training and awareness-raising
    • Participation in FATF policy-making
    • Implementation of sanctions regarding persons designated as afliated to IS
    • Human resources
  • Conclusions
  • Appendices

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