Today the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime (GCFFC) is delighted to announce the establishment of the African Regional Chapter (sub-Saharan Africa), and
Brussels, 9th January, 2023: Today, the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime (GCFFC)
has announced the establishment of an APAC Regional Chapter
The Global Coalition To Fight Financial Crime Publishes Effectiveness Expert Working Group Position Paper
July 2022, Brussels – Today the Global Coalition, published the Effectiveness Expert Working Group Position Paper.
The Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime announces a new Experts Working Group focused on technology
Today, the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime announced a new Experts Working Group (WG) focussed on Technology, to review and showcase leading practices which offer real opportunities to improve the effectiveness in fighting financial crime, both in the public sectors (for example in law enforcement, intelligence and or in supervision) and in the private sectors (for example in banking, other FIs, fintechs and other (in particular regulated) sectors).
Brussels, April 13th – Today, the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime (the “Coalition”) is announcing the: Digital Asset Task Force (the “Task Force”), bringing together industry leaders committed to effectively fighting financial crime. Whilst the industry is broad and diverse, all members of the Digital Asset Task Force share the same fundamental beliefs, which are also the core objectives of the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime. These include the need to increase collaboration, to share information and to leverage innovation and technology, all to generate a more effective response.
Effectiveness Expert Working Group | FATF Subgroup Working Paper: How to improves the Effectiveness of the Mutual Evaluation Process
The Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime is pleased to provide FATF, via its President, Acting Executive Secretary & FATF Heads of Delegation with recommendations on how to Improve the Effectiveness of the FATF Mutual Evaluation Process.
Malawi has announced that it will join Angola, Costa Rica and Gabon in calling for an additional Protocol under the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC) on preventing and combating illicit wildlife trafficking.
Brussels, 15 December: Today, the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime (GCFFC) has announced its inaugural Financial Crime Fighter Award for 2021, as well as establishing 15 December as the day each year to celebrate all Financial Crime Fighters.