8th Follow-up Report to the Mutual Evaluation of Korea
La Corée était placée sous le processus de suivi régulier suite aux notations partiellement conformes et non conformes pour certaines des Recommandations essentielles et clés dans son rapport d’évaluation mutuelle. Depuis, la Corée a pris des mesures adéquates pour traiter ces défaillances et a par conséquent été retiré du processus de suivi régulier. Le rapport de suivi (disponible en anglais uniquement) présente les mesures prises par la Corée.
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At its June 2014 meeting, the FATF Plenary recognised that Korea had made sufficient progress in addressing the deficiencies identified in its 2009 mutual evaluation report, and could be removed from the regular follow-up process.
In June 2009, when Korea’s mutual evaluation report was adopted, the FATF Plenary concluded that Korea did not yet meet all of the FATF’s membership criteria. The key element for membership is a sufficient level of compliance with the FATF Recommendations.
Korea adopted an action plan to address the deficiencies of its MER and strengthen its AML/CFT measures so that it would meet FATF’s requirements. Consequently, at its October 2009 meeting, the FATF Plenary welcomed Korea as a member of the FATF, and placed the country in the follow-up process as a result of the partially compliant and non-compliant ratings for certain key and core Recommendations in its mutual evaluation report.
Korea reported back to the FATF Plenary on a regular basis on the progress it had made in implementing the action plan. In June 2014, the FATF Plenary decided that it had taken sufficient measures to bring its AML/CFT system in line with the FATF Recommendations. The follow-up report contains a detailed description and analysis of the actions taken by Korea in respect of all of the Recommendations rated partially compliant and non-compliant.
Significant measures taken in respect of the key and core Recommendations are:
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