Brésil

Membre depuis 2000

Entre 2016 et 2019, le GAFI a publié un des déclarations faisant part de ses profondes préoccupations quant à l'incapacité persistante du Brésil à remédier aux graves défaillances identifiées dans son rapport d'évaluation mutuelle de juin 2010 (troisième cycle d'évaluations mutuelles), notamment en matière de terrorisme et de financement du terrorisme.  En 2019, le Brésil a remédié à la plupart de ces défaillances en adoptant un nouveau cadre pour l'identification et le gel des actifs terroristes.    

  • 18 oct. 2019

    Outcomes FATF Plenary, 16-18 October 2019 FATF President Xiangmin Liu of the People's Republic of China, chaired the first Plenary meeting under the Chinese Presidency in Paris on 16-18 October 2019. Outcomes from this Plenary include the adoption of the assessments of Russia and Turkey, Brazil, Best Practices and new work on combating the laundering of proceeds of illegal wildlife trade.

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  • 21 déc. 2023

    Brazil's measures to combat money laundering and terrorist financing Brazil has made important strides to improve its system to combat money laundering and terrorist financing and is achieving some positive results. Brazil needs to strengthen cooperation and coordination between certain authorities and improve prosecution of money laundering.
  • 18 oct. 2019

    Outcomes FATF Plenary, 16-18 October 2019 FATF President Xiangmin Liu of the People's Republic of China, chaired the first Plenary meeting under the Chinese Presidency in Paris on 16-18 October 2019. Outcomes from this Plenary include the adoption of the assessments of Russia and Turkey, Brazil, Best Practices and new work on combating the laundering of proceeds of illegal wildlife trade.
  • 21 juin 2019

    Statement on Brazil Statement on Brazil's action to action to remedy the deficiencies in its June 2010 mutual evalation report.
  • 22 févr. 2019

    FATF Statement on Brazil FATF Statement on Brazil's steps towards addressing the deficiencies identified in its mutual evaluation report.
  • 29 juin 2018

    Outcomes FATF-MENAFATF Joint Plenary, 27-29 June 2018 Under the Presidency of Mr. Santiago Otamendi of Argentina, delegates discussed among other issues combatting terrorist financing, the assessment of Bahrain's and Saudi Arabia's mutual evaluations, and anti-money laundering / countering the financing of terrorism improvements in Iraq and Vanuatu.
  • 23 févr. 2018

    Outcomes FATF Plenary, 21-23 February 2018 Under the Presidency of Mr. Santiago Otamendi of Argentina, delegates discussed among other issues combatting terrorist financing, the assessment of Iceland, Iran's actions to address deficiencies in its AML/CFT system.
  • 23 juin 2017

    Outcomes of the Plenary meeting of the FATF, Valencia, 21-23 June 2017 Under the Spanish Presidency of Mr. Vega-Serrano, delegates discussed the global response to terrorist financing, improving transparency and beneficial ownership, and the mutual evaluation reports of Denmark and Ireland, and issued a statement on Brazil.
  • 24 févr. 2017

    Outcomes of the Plenary meeting of the FATF, Paris, 22-24 February 2017 Under the Spanish Presidency of Mr. Vega-Serrano, delegates discussed the global response to terrorist financing, improving transparency and beneficial ownership, and the mutual evaluation report of Sweden.
  • 21 oct. 2016

    Outcomes of the Plenary meeting of the FATF, Paris, 19-21 October 2016 Under the Spanish Presidency of Mr. Vega-Serrano, delegates discussed the global response to terrorist financing, the decline of correspondent banking relationships, transparency and beneficial ownership. Delegates also discussed the assessments of measures to combat money laundering and terrorist financing in Switzerland and the United States. The Plenary issued a statement on Brazil's progress to address the serious deficiencies identified in its mutual evaluation reports, and the important issues that remain unresolved
  • 27 juin 2016

    Outcomes of the Plenary meeting of the FATF, Busan Korea, 22–24 June 2016 Delegates discussed improving transparency and beneficial ownership, and the global response to terrorist financing. The FATF adopted a new Standard for non-profit organisations, issued a statement on Iran and discussed the mutual evaluation reports of Austria, Canada and Singapore. During the list meeting under the Korean Presidency, delegates also heard an update of AML/CFT improvements in Myanmar and Papua New Guinea.
  • 19 févr. 2016

    Outcomes of the Plenary meeting of the FATF, Paris, 17-19 February 2016 Terrorist financing remained the top priority for the FATF, during its third Plenary meeting under the Korean Presidency. Other issues the FATF Plenary discussed include the AML/CFT improvements in Algeria, Angola and Panama and the Guidance on the Risk-Based Approach for Money or Value Transfer Services. The FATF issued a statement concerning Brazil's continued failure to address the serious deficiencies identified in its mutual evaluation reports. FATF welcomed Malaysia as a member and Israel as an observer.
  • 25 juin 2010

    Mutual Evaluation Report of Brazil They key findings of the mutual evaluation report which summarises the anti-money laundering (AML)/combating the financing of terrorism CFT measures in place in the Federative Republic of Brazil as of the time of the on-site visit 26 October to 7 November 2009, and shortly thereafter.
  • 3 juil. 2000

    FATF Annual Report 1999-2000 Portugal chaired the seventh FATF Plenary year. During this plenary year, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico became full members of the FATF.

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