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Measures to prevent money laundering: the main topic of discussion

Tbilisi, Georgia 3-4 December, 2018
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Measures to prevent money laundering: the main topic of discussion

Training on measures to prevent money laundering through misuse of legal entities and offshore centres took place on 3-4 December in Tbilisi, Georgia.

Representatives of the Georgian Financial Intelligence Unit and domestic institutions responsible for anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing n attended the training.

A two-day workshop overviewed the risks associated with complex beneficial ownership structures and implications for anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing supervision, methods for implementation of efficient supervision and best practice on obtaining and sharing information. The workshop provided possibilities of analysing high risks linked to cross-border and national financial flows and context of offshore zones.  The training provided case studies tailored to the needs of the institutions conducting supervision over the financial and non-financial sector. 

The activity is organized within the EU/CoE Partnership for Good Governance Project “Strengthening anti-money laundering institutions in Georgia”, implemented since 2015.

Training on measures to prevent money laundering through misuse of legal entities and offshore centres took place on 3-4 December in Tbilisi, Georgia.

Representatives of the Georgian Financial Intelligence Unit and domestic institutions responsible for anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing n attended the training.

A two-day workshop overviewed the risks associated with complex beneficial ownership structures and implications for anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing supervision, methods for implementation of efficient supervision and best practice on obtaining and sharing information. The workshop provided possibilities of analysing high risks linked to cross-border and national financial flows and context of offshore zones.  The training provided case studies tailored to the needs of the institutions conducting supervision over the financial and non-financial sector. 

The activity is organized within the EU/CoE Partnership for Good Governance Project “Strengthening anti-money laundering institutions in Georgia”, implemented since 2015.