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FCG 3.4 Sources of further information

FCG 3.4.1

1To find out more on anti-money laundering, see:

    1. • The Money Laundering Regulations

    2. The NCA’s website, which contains information on how to report suspicions of money laundering:

    3. • The UK National risk assessment of money laundering and terrorist financing 2017-

    4. • The JMLSG’s guidance on measures firms can take to meet their anti-money laundering obligations, which is available from its .

FCG 3.4.2

1To find out more on countering terrorist finance, see:

  1. • Material relevant to terrorist financing that can be found throughout the JMLSG guidance:

  2. • The European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) have published risk factors guidelines under Articles 17 and 18(4) of Directive (EU) 2015/849-

  3. • FATF’s work on terrorist financing:

FCG 3.4.3

1To find out more on customer payments, see:

  1. • Chapter 1 of Part III (Transparency in electronic payments (Wire transfers)) of the JMLSG’s guidance, which will be banks’ chief source of guidance on this topic:

  2. • The Basel Committee’s May 2009 paper on due diligence for cover payment messages:

  3. • The Wolfsberg Group’s statement on payment standards:

  4. • Joint Guidelines to prevent terrorist financing and money laundering in electronic fund transfers-

  5. • The Funds Transfer Regulation (EU Regulation 847/2015 on information on the payer accompanying transfers of funds):

FCG 3.4.4

1To find out more on correspondent banking relationships see:

  1. • FATF Guidance on correspondent banking services (October 2016)-

  2. • Basel Committee on Banking Supervision guidance “Sound management of risks related to money laundering and financing of terrorism: revisions” (updated July 2017)