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CALL FOR COMMENTS: DRAFT PUBLIC COMPLIANCE COMMUNICATION 106 ON ITEM 1 OF SCHEDULE 1 TO THE FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE CENTRE ACT, 2001 (ACT 38 OF 2001)
Published Date : 2020-01-24 -
The Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) is calling for comments from accountable institutions, supervisory bodies and all other persons on draft Public Compliance Communication 106 (draft PCC 106).
INTERGOVERNMENTAL FINTECH WORKING GROUP PUBLISHES RESEARCH ON THE FINTECH START-UP SECTOR
Published Date : 2020-01-22 -
Today the Intergovernmental Fintech Working Group (IFWG) published its first Fintech Landscaping Report.
PUBLIC PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERSHIP TO ASSIST IN COMBATING FINANCIAL CRIME
Published Date : 2019-12-10 -
Monday, 9 December 2019 saw the launch of South Africa’s first public private partnership, between the banking sector and government regulatory authorities, aimed at enhancing collaboration and co-ordination in combating financial crime, money laundering and terrorist financing.
CALL FOR COMMENTS: DRAFT PUBLIC COMPLIANCE COMMUNICATION 105 ON THE USE OF RELIANCE AGREEMENTS BY ACCOUNTABLE INSTITUTIONS FOR CUSTOMER DUE DILIGENCE ON SHARED CLIENTS
Published Date : 2019-10-28 -
The Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) is calling for comments from accountable institutions, reporting institutions, supervisory bodies and other persons on the draft Public Compliance Communication 105 (draft PCC 105).
ADVISORY: Financial Action Task Force public statement on jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and counter-terror financing deficiencies – October 2019
Published Date : 2019-10-21 -
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) identifies jurisdictions that have strategic deficiencies in their measures against money laundering and terrorist financing. The FATF advises on these jurisdictions in public statements in order to protect the international financial system from money laundering and terror financing risks and to encourage greater compliance with its international standards on combating money laundering and terror financing.
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