CE-FATF-ENG NEWSLETTER February, 2018

Outcome of FATF Regional Workshops

 

Over 100 participants attended the workshop organised by the Nigeria Network NGOs and the Special Control Unit against Money Laundering (SCUML)

 

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CE-FATF-ENG NEWSLETTER January, 2018

Implications of National Risk Assessment on Civil Society

 

The National Risk Assessment (NRA) was conducted in Nigeria in 2016. It was in response to recommendation 1 of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF)’s 40 recommendations which requires that all countries identify, assess and understand the money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) risks elements prevalent in their jurisdictions for the development of efficient measures to combat the crime and efficient allocation of scarce resources to do the same.

 

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CE-FATF-ENG NEWSLETTER- DECEMBER 2017

OUTCOME OF NFIU WORKSHOP II: AML/CFT Regime in Nigeria – Legal and Regulatory Framework

 

In 2010, Nigeria made a high level commitment to work with FATF and GIABA.

 

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CE-FATF-ENG NEWSLETTER- NOVEMBER 2017

OUTCOME OF NFIU WORKSHOP: The Importance of Private Sector Involvement in The 2nd Round of The Mutual Evaluation Exercise

 

The private sector is the part of the national economy that is not under direct state control and it comprises organization whose primary aim is profit-making and income generation.

 

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CE-FATF-ENG NEWSLETTER- SEPTEMBER 2017

Financial management: Record-Keeping (Recommendation 11)

 

The clamour for transparency and accountability within the third sector as well as the need to ensure that not-for-profit organisations function efficiently are some of the factors which inform the need to discuss financial management.

 

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CE-FATF-ENG NEWSLETTER- AUGUST 2017

NFIU’S SUSPENSION FROM EGMONT GROUP: IMPLICATIONS AND WAY FORWARD

 

Nigeria’s admission to the EGMONT Group in 2017 was considered one of the biggest achievement in Obasanjo Administration

 

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CE-FATF-ENG NEWSLETTER- JULY 2017

Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit

 

In other to chart way forward on how to lessen the risk of terrorist abuse among Civil Society Organisation, the Nigeria Network of NGOs sought to establish a strong working relationship with the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit with a view to strengthening CSOs in Nigeria.

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CE-FATF-ENG NEWSLETTER- JUNE 2017

The outcome of Engagement Meeting with SCRUML:

 

An engagement meeting initiated by Nigerian Network of NGOs (NNNGO) and aim at fostering a strong relationship as well as collaboration with one of the regulatory bodies in the country was held in 16th of May, 2017.

 

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CE-FATF-ENG NEWSLETTER- MAY 2017

Laws Guiding the Activities Non-Profits in Nigeria

 

An identified challenge within Nigerians thirds sector space is that most Non-Profit Organisations (NPOs) are not widely familiars with the laws that govern the third sector including government institutions in charge of this law

 

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