Back Albania should step up its efforts to combat money laundering

In a report published today, the Council of Europe anti money laundering body MONEYVAL calls on the Albanian authorities to step up their efforts in pursuing launderers and confiscating their assets connected to significant proceeds-generating offences, and in tackling terrorist financing related risks.

The report makes a comprehensive assessment of the effectiveness of Albania’s anti money laundering and counter terrorist financing (AML/CFT) system and its level of compliance with the FATF Recommendations. Based on the results of its evaluation, MONEYVAL decided to apply its enhanced follow-up procedure to Albania.

MONEYVAL acknowledges that the Albanian authorities have a reasonably good understanding of the country’s money laundering risks in the formal economy and have national coordination mechanisms for policy-making to address risks. However, these mechanisms have not proven to be fully effective and there are some areas that would benefit from a more detailed analysis of the threats posed.

MONEYVAL Strasbourg 17 December 2018
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