Since 2001, the IMG has contributed to developing a national and international policy for combating money laundering and terrorist financing (AML/CFT).

The IMF contributes to developing and implementing measures related to financial integrity in programmes supported by the IMF, as well as a large number of capacity development activities and study projects.

This contribution also includes conducting several assessments of the stability and integrity of the financial system (Financial Sector Assessment Programme (FSAP)) and each of these assessments includes a part on AML/CFT.

The IMF also analyses the national and international AML/CFT regimes and the links between AML/CFT and key topical issues such as virtual currencies, Islamic banking, the cost and strategies to mitigate the effects of corruption, and the decrease in corresponding banking relationships.

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