Moldova: Council of Europe anti-money laundering committee concerned about misleading media reports

Moneyval Strasbourg 27 July 2018
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Media reports in Moldova seem to wrongly suggest that the Law on Voluntary Declaration and Fiscal Stimulation, which was passed by the Moldovan Parliament on 26 July 2018, had been analysed positively by an expert from the Council of Europe’s Committee on the Evaluation of Anti-Money Laundering Measures and the Financing of Terrorism (MONEYVAL).

MONEYVAL clarifies that it was not consulted on this law at any stage in the legislative process, nor was any international expert on behalf of MONEYVAL.

In line with its rules of procedures, MONEYVAL is responsible for analysing all voluntary tax compliance programmes adopted by its members with regard to their compliance with the applicable international anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing standards.

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