Webinar on Risk-Based Supervision


Supervising the private sector’s efforts to combat money laundering

Lessons learnt: moving from ticking boxes to mitigating risks


Since 2012, addressing risks is at the centre of FATF’s requirements on anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing. The private sector and their public-sector supervisors are at the front-line of combatting illicit finance. But putting in place a risk-based supervision programme has its challenges.


We heard from the authors of the FATF’s Risk-Based Supervision Guidance and learned more about assessing risks and applying that understanding to prioritise supervisors’ day-to-day work.

We also heard from the private sector and the financial inclusion community on what effective supervision means to them. The webinar was held on the Zoom platform and was broadcast live on FATF's YouTube channel.





Valerie Tay, Moderator

Executive Director, Anti-Money Laundering Department
Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)


 Hamish Armstrong

Chief Adviser - Financial Crime
Jersey Financial Services Commission 

Philippe Bertho 

Head of the AML-CFT directorate
Autorité de contrôle prudential et de resolution/Banque de France 


Christopher Calabia

Senior Advisor for Supervisory & Regulatory Policy
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

John Cusack

Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime (FCC) ‌

Shana Krishnan

Policy Analyst
Financial Action Task Force (FATF) ‌


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