AML/CFT related data and statistics
High quality AML/CFT statistics has several important benefits, by providing key input for national risk assessments and allowing jurisdictions to review and demonstrate the effectiveness of their AML/CFT system, including in the context of FATF mutual evaluations.
High quality AML/CFT statistics also have a number of other important benefits beyond mutual evaluations by, for instance, providing key input for enhancing management tools.
Taking into account that statistics models depend on each country’s context, this guidance sets out optional examples of useful data that jurisdictions may collect and includes options for the collection, analysis and presentation of AML/CFT statistics.
Translation into Russian of the FATF Report 'Guidance on AML/CFT-related data and statistics'. Translation provided by the International Training and Methodology Centre for Financial Monitoring (ITMCFM) for the Eurasian Group (EAG).
Translation into Arabic of the FATF Report 'Guidance on AML/CFT-related data and statistics'. Translation provided by MENAFATF