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GUIDANCE ON DOMESTIC PROMINENT INFLUENTIAL PERSONS AND FOREIGN PROMINENT PUBLIC OFFICIALS, THEIR IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBERS AND KNOWN CLOSE ASSOCIATES
Published Date : 2021-12-03 -
The Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) has issued public compliance communication 51 (PCC 51) which provides guidance on domestic prominent influential persons (DPIP), foreign prominent influential persons (FPPO), their immediate family members and known close associates.
IN-DEPTH REPORT ABOUT FINANCIAL FLOWS ASSOCIATED WITH ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRADE IN SOUTH AFRICA
Published Date : 2021-11-16 -
Role players in the ecosystem of illegal trade in wildlife and wildlife products have been profiled through the work of the South African Anti-Money Laundering Integrated Task Force (SAMLIT).
MEDIA RELEASE: SOUTH AFRICA’S ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING MUTUAL EVALUATION REPORT RELEASED BY THE FINANCIAL ACTION TASK FORCE
Published Date : 2021-10-07 -
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has today released its Mutual Evaluation Report following its assessment of South Africa’s system for anti-money laundering, counter financing of terrorism and counter financing of proliferation (AML/CFT/CPF).
FIC 2020/21 ANNUAL REPORT: FIGHTING FINANCIAL CRIME IN AN INCREASINGLY DIGITAL WORLD
Published Date : 2021-09-06 -
During the 2020/21 financial year, the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) continued to deliver on its mandate despite the challenges brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP APPROACH TO FIGHTING FINANCIAL CRIME
Published Date : 2021-06-25 -
Members of the banking community and the sector’s regulatory and supervisory authorities are making inroads in targeting and disrupting financial crime through a financial information sharing partnership, called SAMLIT (South African Anti-Money Laundering Integrated Task Force).
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