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Public Awareness

The Financial Intelligence Centre has published the Trends Report for 2014 documenting what is currently prevailing in the Financial Systems in Zambia in terms of AML/CFT related matters.

FOREWORD
After one year of operation, the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) has played a key role in receiving suspicious reports in the AML /CFT field, and in taking necessary action and measures in coordinating with the concerned stakeholders in Zambia.

The FIC, through its financial analysis tools and close cooperation with the various supervisory authorities and law enforcement agencies, has actively followed up financial transactions exposed to economic crimes.

In the context of creating the appropriate environment for combating money laundering and terrorism financing, the FIC has worked to establish a wide circle of privileged relations with compliance officers of financial and non-financial institutions and   supervisory authorities.

The FIC also extended its efforts by widening its relationships with the international financial intelligence units and Government institutions by signing various Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) to enhance cooperation in exchanging information.

It is worth mentioning that the success of the FIC is based primarily on the support and cooperation received from various stakeholders, including the Government of the Republic of Zambia. In this regard, the Government of Zambia procured new office premises for the FIC in the year 2014.

It is my honour and privilege to present to you the FIC 2014 AML/CFT trends report.

Mary. C. Sikazwe (Mrs.)
Director & Chief Executive Officer

 

Attachments:
Download this file (TRENDS REPORT 2014.pdf)TRENDS REPORT 2014[ ]