Workshop on Terrorism Financing
(Belgrade, Serbia, 27
On 27 February, MOLI Serbia
organised an initial Workshop on
Terrorism Financing Risk
Assessment. This activity was a
continuation of the National
Risk Assessment process, which
focuses on the assessment of
risk of Terrorism Financing in
Serbia. Mr Terence Donovan, CoE
Expert, guided the local authorities through the process of data collection, with an aim to complete the risk assessment by the end of April 2014.
Regional Workshop on the legitimate and illegitimate use of offshore corporate structures, legal arrangements, foreign trade operations and free trade zones
(Belgrade, Serbia, 24-25
MOLI Serbia project organised a two day workshop on the legitimate and illegitimate use of offshore corporate structures, legal arrangements, foreign trade operations and free trade zones, which
took place from 24-25 February in Belgrade. CoE had invited five highly-experienced experts from Belgium, Ireland, Poland and the UK, who presented their practical knowledge on the abuse of offshore companies, foreign trade and free trade zones for money laundering purposes. The event hosted members of Serbian government institutions, banking and securities sector, as well as representatives of government agencies from the region.
Meeting of the Working Group for
drafting the Amendments to the
(Belgrade, Serbia, 5-7
On 5-7 February 2014, the MOLI Serbia project held a Meeting of the Working Group for Drafting the Amendments to the AML/CFT Law. The main goal of the meeting was to discuss and adopt proposals made by Mr Herbert Zammit Laferla, CoE Expert, in his legal analyses of Serbian legislation. The Working Group consisted of representatives of the Administration for the Prevention of Money Laundering (APML) and the National Bank of Serbia. Mr Laferla also covered proposals to amend the most relevant financial regulations related to the prevention of money laundering and terrorism financing.