Welcome to the Economic Crime and Cooperation Division
Pristina, Kosovo* 18 September 2017
With the support of Joint EU/Council of Europe Project against Economic Crime (PECK II), Kosovo...
Council of Europe supports the capacities and awareness of supervisors on risk-based approach to Money laundering and Financing of TerrorismTirana, Albania 18-19 September 2017
On 18-19 September, the Council of Europe Action against Economic Crime in Albania (AEC-AL)...
Tirana, Albania 14 September 2017
Representatives of the Central Election Commission, Financial experts, Institute of Authorised...
Training on “Anti-money laundering and countering of financing of terrorism compliance for commercial banks”Tbilisi, Georgia 14-15 September 2017
The representatives of Georgian commercial banks, the National Bank of Georgia and the Financial...
Roundtable on the implementation of a new electronic system for the High Inspectorate for Declaration and Audit of Assets and Conflict of Interest (HIDAACI)Tirana, Albania 13 September 2017
Representatives of the High Inspectorate of Declaration and Audit of Assets and Conflicts of...
The Council of Europe has been supporting countries in the implementation of European and international anti-corruption and anti-money laundering standards as well as addressing their priority reforms for two decades. Such support has taken place on the basis of country bilateral interventions and multilateral cooperation programmes: funded by the Council of Europe but to a large extent by contributions of its own Member States and organisations such as the European Union, Norway Grants, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland, and United States Agency for International Development.
The Action against Economic Crime and Corruption is responsible for the Council of Europe’s cooperation and assistance related activities and reforms concerning: good governance, corruption, ethics, conflict of interests, money laundering, asset recovery, terrorist financing, organised crime and mutual legal assistance in criminal matters as well as all related criminal law and judicial reforms pertaining to such areas. The Economic Crime and Cooperation Division’s activities comprise a wide variety of intervention tools, methodologies and guidance on implementation of standards and recommendations by involving in house knowledge and expertise and utilising a broad Council of Europe expert database.