Évaluation mutuelle des Etats-Unis

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Évaluations mutuelles

Mutual Evaluation of the United States

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Évaluation mutuelle des Etats-Unis

Ce rapport est une synthèse des mesures en matière de lutte contre le blanchiment de capitaux (LBC) et le financement du terrorisme (FT) en vigueur aux Etats-Unis au moment de la visite sur place [2010/06/25) et immédiatement après. Il décrit et analyse ces mesures et indique par des recommandations comment renforcer certains aspects du système. Il établit également le niveau de conformité des Etats-Unis avec les 40+9 Recommandations du GAFI.

Le rapport et le synthèse du rapport sont disponibles en anglais uniquement. 


The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and the Asia Pacific Group (APG) have jointly assessed the United States’ anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CFT) standards. Among the major findings of the report were:

  • The United States has a comprehensive legal and institutional framework for investigating and prosecuting money laundering and terrorist financing offenses.
  • The United States vigorously pursues, seizes and confiscates the assets of criminals involved in money-laundering and terrorist financing.
  • The United States has an effective regulatory and supervisory framework for monitoring compliance with AML/CFT measures and has imposed severe financial penalties on financial institutions that do not comply with the measures.
  • Customer identification requirements apply to most types of financial institutions; however, these could be strengthened, particularly in relation to the identification of beneficial owners.
  • AML/CFT measures presently apply to a broad range of financial institutions; however, the FATF recommends that comprehensive AML/CFT measures should also apply to a wider range of non-financial businesses and professions.
  • Company formation procedures and reporting requirements are such that the information on beneficial ownership of legal persons may not, in most instances, be adequate, accurate or available on a timely basis.