Compendium - Enhancing Public-Public Cooperation

COMPENDIUM - ENHANCING PUBLIC-PUBLIC COOPERATION TO BETTER DISRUPT MONEY LAUNDERING AND TERRORISM FINANCING

Perspective of Egmont Group FIUs

 

To have more strategic, decision oriented and consequential discussions amongst each other, in 2015, the Heads of Egmont Group Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs) decided to focus the Plenary meetings around specific themes.

The 26th Egmont Group (EG) Plenary Meeting in The Hague, attended by 497 participants, addressed the topic of Enhanced Public-Public Cooperation (PPC) from the perspective of an FIU. The goal was to raise awareness among EG members on how FIUs could enhance their cooperation with competent authorities to better identify, understand and tackle money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) risks and to fight ML/TF and predicate offences more effectively.

This compendium provides an overview of those discussions, detailing relevant opportunities and challenges, while sharing examples of good practice that may inspire others to go beyond ‘traditional’ models of cooperation.

Tha Compendium is attached here.