FATF Vice-President Jeremy Weil

Jeremy Weil of Canada assumed his role as Vice-President of the FATF on July 1, 2023.

Mr. Weil currently serves as Department of Finance Canada’s Senior Director of International Financial Crime Policy and Sanctions. He also serves as the Chair of the IMF’s AML/CFT Thematic Fund Steering Committee, which supports AML/CFT capacity development globally.

Within the FATF and across the global network, Jeremy Weil has served as Canada’s head of delegation to the FATF since 2022 and has also been responsible for implementing Canada’s priorities as co-Chair of the Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering.

Prior to his current position, Jeremy spent several years representing a diverse constituency comprised of Canada, Ireland and the Caribbean on the Executive Board of the IMF in Washington, DC.

He began his career in the Canadian civil service in 2006 in tax administration, where his responsibilities included the prevention of the abuse of registered charities for the financing of terrorism.

He holds a Bachelor’s degree in arts (BA, 2004) from McGill University, and a Master of Public Policy and Administration (MPPA, 2006) from Carleton University. He is also a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario (CPA, 2014).