Sao Tomé and Principe

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  • 22 Oct 2010

    Improving Global AML/CFT Compliance: update on-going process - October 2010 As part of its ongoing review of compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF has identified jurisdictions which have strategic AML/CFT deficiencies for which they have developed an action plan with the FATF.
  • 25 Jun 2010

    FATF Public Statement - 25 June 2010 To protect the international financial system from ML/FT risks and to encourage greater compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF identified jurisdictions that have strategic deficiencies and, along with the FATF-style regional bodies FSRBs, works with them to address those deficiencies that pose a risk to the international financial system.
  • 28 Feb 2008

    FATF Statement - 28 February 2008 The FATF is concerned about the lack of comprehensive AML/CFT systems in Uzbekistan, Iran, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, São Tomé and Príncipe and the northern part of Cyprus.
  • 19 Oct 2012

    FATF Public Statement - 19 October 2012 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in June 2012 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.
  • 26 Jun 2009

    FATF Statement concerning Iran, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan and São Tomé and Príncipe - 26 June 2009 Issuing a statement reaffirming its call for effective counter-measures concerning the risks to the integrity of the international financial system emanating from Iran. The FATF remains concerned about the money laundering and terrorist financing risks emanating from Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan and São Tomé and Príncipe.
  • 20 Jun 2008

    FATF Statement - 20 June 2008 The FATF Plenary has reaffirmed its public statement of 28 February 2008 regarding the anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism risks posed by Uzbekistan, Iran, Pakistan, Turkmenistan and São Tomé and Principe, and the northern part of Cyprus.
  • 25 Feb 2009

    FATF Statement concerning Iran, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan and São Tomé and Príncipe - 26 February 2009 The anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT systems of Iran, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan and São Tome and Principe were the subject of a statement issued during the FATF XX Plenary, held in Paris.
  • 22 Feb 2013

    FATF Public Statement 22 February 2013 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in October 2012 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.
  • 16 Oct 2008

    FATF Statement - 16 October 2008 During the FATF Plenary XX in Rio de Janeiro, the FATF issued a statement concerning Iran, Uzbekistan,Turkmenistan, Pakistan and São Tomé and Principe and the AML/CFT improvements in the northern part of Cyprus.
  • 16 Oct 2009

    FATF Statement concerning Iran, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan and São Tomé and Príncipe - October 2009 Issuing a statement reaffirming its call on members and others jurisdictions for effective counter-measures concerning the risks to the integrity of the international financial system emanating from Iran. The FATF remains concerned about the money laundering and terrorist financing risks emanating from Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan and São Tomé and Príncipe.
  • 18 Feb 2010

    FATF Public Statement - February 2010 To protect the international financial system from ML/FT risks and to encourage greater compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF identified jurisdictions that have strategic deficiencies and, along with the FATF-style regional bodies FSRBs, works with them to address those deficiencies that pose a risk to the international financial system.
  • 24 Jun 2011

    Improving Global AML/CFT Compliance: on-going process - 24 June 2011 As part of its ongoing review of compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF has identified jurisdictions which have strategic AML/CFT deficiencies for which they have developed an action plan with the FATF.
  • 25 Feb 2011

    Improving Global AML/CFT Compliance: on-going process - 25 February 2011 As part of its ongoing review of compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF has identified jurisdictions which have strategic AML/CFT deficiencies for which they have developed an action plan with the FATF.
  • 28 Oct 2011

    FATF Public Statement - 28 October 2011 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in June 2011 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.
  • 25 Jun 2012

    FATF Public Statement - 22 June 2012 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in February 2012 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.
  • 21 Jun 2013

    FATF Public Statement - 21 June 2013 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in February 2013 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.
  • 16 Feb 2012

    FATF Public Statement - 16 February 2012 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in October 2011 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.

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Ratings

Effectiveness

Ratings that reflect the extent to which a country's measures are effective. The assessment is conducted on the basis of 11 immediate outcomes, which represent key goals that an effective AML/CFT system should achieve.

Russian Federation Mutual Evaluation - 2019

IO1
SE
IO2
SE
IO3
ME
IO4
ME
IO5
SE
IO6
HE
IO7
ME
IO8
SE
IO9
HE
IO10
ME
IO11
ME

Technical Compliance

definition

Ratings which reflect the extent to which a country has implemented the technical requirements of the FATF Recommendations.

C = compliant   |   LC = largely compliant     |   PC = partially compliant   |   NC = non-compliant

Russian Federation Mutual Evaluation - 2019

R.1 - Assessing risk & applying risk-based approach
LC
R.2 - National cooperation and coordination
C
R.3 - Money laundering offence
LC
R.4 - Confiscation and provisional measures
LC
R.5 - Terrorist financing offence
LC
R.6 - Targeted financial sanctions related to terrorism & terrorist financing
PC
R.7 - Targeted financial sanctions related to proliferation
PC
R.8 - Non-profit organisations
LC
R.9 - Financial institution secrecy laws
C
R.10 - Customer due diligence
LC
R.11 - Record keeping
LC
R.12 - Politically exposed persons
PC
R.13 - Correspondent banking
LC
R.14 - Money or value transfer services
LC
R.15 - New technologies
C
R.16 - Wire transfers
PC
R.17 - Reliance on third parties
LC
R.18 - Internal controls and foreign branches and subsidiaries
LC
R.19 - Higher-risk countries
LC
R.20 - Reporting of suspicious transactions
C
R.21 - Tipping-off and confidentiality
LC
R.22 - DNFBPs: Customer due diligence
LC
R.23 - DNFBPs: Other measures
LC
R.24 - Transparency and beneficial ownership of legal persons
LC
R.25 - Transparency and beneficial ownership of legal arrangements
PC
R.26 - Regulation and supervision of financial institutions
LC
R.27 - Powers of supervisors
LC
R.28 - Regulation and supervision of DNFBPs
LC
R.29 - Financial intelligence units
C
R.30 - Responsibilities of law enforcement and investigative authorities
LC
R.31 - Powers of law enforcement and investigative authorities
C
R.32 - Cash couriers
LC
R.33 - Statistics
C
R.34 - Guidance and feedback
LC
R.35- Sanctions
LC
R.36 - International instruments
LC
R.37 - Mutual legal assistance
LC
R.38 - Mutual legal assistance: freezing and confiscation
LC
R.39 - Extradition
LC
R.40 - Other forms of international cooperation
LC