On 26-27 February 2020, in collaboration with the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) of the Republic of Moldova, the CLEP Project organised a two-day training on Terrorist Financing Risk Assessment for representatives of law enforcement institutions and supervisory entities. The participants were presented with the latest terrorist financing typologies, trends and challenges faced by specific sectors. Participants also discussed with the Council of Europe expert the FATF guidance on assessing terrorist financing risks and the Council of Europe anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing National Risk Assessment Methodology. The representative of the Moldovan FIU presented the country’s upcoming national risk assessment process, while the representative of the Security and Information Service discussed the risk of terrorism and terrorist financing in the Republic of Moldova, main typologies identified by the Service and potential terrorist financing threats to the country. The event served as a good opportunity for the law enforcement institutions, supervisory entities and FIU to discuss best ways to address MONEYVAL’s recommendations on terrorist financing risk assessment and clarify the role of all involved actors, considering best international practices presented by the Council of Europe expert.
Training on Terrorist Financing Risk Assessment for law enforcement institutions and supervisory entities in the Republic of Moldova
Chisinau, Republic of Moldova 26-27 February 2020
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