Inclusion financière

L’inclusion financière est un important objectif politique pour nombre de pays. A cet égard, la mise en œuvre des mesures de lutte contre le blanchiment de capitaux et financement du terrorisme ne devrait pas constituer un obstacle à l’accomplissement de cet objectif.

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15 Oct 2014

The danger of driving both illicit markets and financial exclusion

FATF President Roger Wilkins addresses the issue of ‘de-risking’. Applying FATF’s standards to combat money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism, requires financial institutions to carry out a process of customer due diligence. The standards do not require a rigid, blanket application of that requirement, but specifically call for a proper risk analysis: the risk-based approach. When it comes to innovation, regulators need to be flexible, focusing on dealing with threats and dangers but not at the expense of killing off innovation.

6 Oct 2014

FATF President contributes to global standard-setting bodies' discussion on financial inclusion

At the 3rd high-level meeting on financial inclusion and global standard-setting bodies on 2 October 2014, FATF President Roger Wilkins AO reiterated FATF's strong commitment to support financial inclusion goals.

9 Sep 2013

G8 Public-Private Sector Dialogue on anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT)

As part of the G8 Presidency economic initiative, Her Majesty’s Treasury, the US Department of Treasury and the Eastern and Southern Africa Anti-Money Laundering Group (ESAAMLG), organised the first Sub-Saharan African AML/CFT Public-Private Sector Dialogue. In his remarks at the meeting, FATF President Vladimir Nechaev welcomed this initiative, which reflects the need to enhance engagement with the private sector to achieve cost-effective and efficient AML/CFT regimes. This meeting, which brought together public and private sector officials responsible for AML/CFT and business development in Sub-Saharan Africa, was aimed at facilitating the development and implementation of robust AML/CFT regimes, based on the revised FATF Recommendations, and to overcome the specific challenges met at regional level.

6 Sep 2013

Anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism in eastern and southern Africa

FATF President Vladimir Nechaev encourages eastern and southern African countries to enhance their efforts to address their anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) deficiencies. In his comments to the Council of Ministers of the Eastern and Southern Africa Anti-Money Laundering Group (ESAAMLG), he invited countries in the region to conduct risk assessment at national level, as a central element for the efficient implementation of the revised FATF AML/CFT requirements.

20 Jun 2013

Strengthening Financial Integrity through Financial Inclusion

Her Majesty Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, in her capacity of United Nations Secretary-General's Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance, delivered a keynote address to the FATF Plenary in Oslo on 20 June.

25 févr. 2013

Lignes directrices révisees LBC/FT et la finance inclusive

Ces lignes directrices du GAFI visent à soutenir la définition de mesures de LBC/FT conformes aux objectifs d’inclusion financière, tout en respectant les règles globales de lutte contre le crime. Les lignes directrices révisées reflètent les changements apportés aux Recommandations du GAFI en 2012, et se concentrent en particulier sur le renforcement de l’approche basée sur les risques, comme principe général et sous-jacent à tous les régimes LBC/FT.

29 Oct 2012

FATF's focus on financial inclusion: protecting the integrity of the global financial system

Giving more people access to the formal financial sector increases the reach and the effectiveness of anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism regimes. FATF President Bjorn S. Aamo renewed FATF’s commitment to financial inclusion at a conference on Promoting Financial Inclusion through Proportionate Standards and Guidance. The main objective of the meeting, organised by the G20 Global Platform for Financial Inclusion, was to share experiences with other global standard-setters (Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, the Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems, the International Association of Deposit Insurers, and the International Association of Insurance Supervisors) on the progress and challenges faced in engaging on financial inclusion.

29 juin 2011

Lignes directrices sur l’inclusion financière

Le GAFI a élaboré des lignes directrices visant à permettre le développement de mesures de LBC/FT conformes aux objectifs des pays en matière d’inclusion financière tout en respectant les objectifs globaux de lutte contre le crime

7 mars 2008

Lignes directrices sur le renforcement des capacités pour les évaluations mutuelles et la mise en œuvre des normes du GAFI dans les pays à faible capacité

Conscient des problèmes particuliers rencontrés par les pays à faible capacité, ces lignes directrices identifient des principes et procédures spécifiques qui peuvent être utilisés afin d’assurer un ordre de priorités et application efficaces des normes du GAFI sur le blanchiment de capitaux et le financement du terrorisme.