In the past ten years, the World Bank’s NRA Tool has been used by more than 100 jurisdictions in leading their own risk assessments and designing action plans for more effective AML/CFT policies and practices. The NRA methodology is based on informed expert judgment, facilitated by quantitative and qualitative data collected by the country. The addition of the new modules aims to increase and deepen the understanding of risk for a wider range of topics.
This workshop is intended for all government officials who wish to expand their expertise in the assessment of predicate crimes, money laundering and terrorist financing risks. Over the course of the three days, participants will receive an introduction through presentations and interactive sessions to the new risk assessment modules on:
Day 1. Monday 9 May, 7.30-12.30 (EDT)
1. Terrorist financing
2. Misuse of Non-profit organizations for terrorist financing
Day 2. Tuesday 10 May, 7.30-12.30 (EDT)
3. Misuse of Legal Persons and Arrangements for money laundering
4. Virtual Assets (VA) & Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASP)
Day 3. Wednesday 11 May, 7.30-12.30 (EDT)
5. Environmental crimes
6. Tax crimes
Registered participants will receive and detailed connection information as the date of the event approaches.
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In case of any questions, please contact Yee Man Yu firstname.lastname@example.org or Michael S. Geller, email@example.com.