A two-day workshop on the “National money laundering and terrorist financing risk assessment” for Georgian authorities was organised in Tbilisi on 20-21 October in cooperation with the Georgian Ministry of Finance. The workshop took place at the Academy of the Ministry of Finance and gathered representatives of all relevant state authorities and non - state institutions that are members of the AML/CFT Inter-agency Council of Georgia (Inter-Agency Council for the Development and Coordination of Implementation of the Strategy and Action Plan for Combating Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing). Representatives of relevant institutions got familiar with the methodology and the process of development of a National Risk Assessment (NRA). During the workshop participants had the opportunity to discuss the NRA methodology and tools, as well as lessons learned from countries whose NRA processes were assessed by the FATF. Participants also discussed the Georgian approach to the National Risk Assessment.