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    This report is on the observance of standards and codes for the FATF 40 recommendations for antimoney laundering (AML) and special recommendations on combating the financing of terrorism. The government of Georgia indicated that the recommendations of the report have already been put into an action plan to implement appropriate corrective measures. Executive Directors approve that the regime has significantly improved since the last assessment. However, weaknesses with regard to compliance with key elements of the standard should be urgently addressed in light of significant vulnerabilities and threats.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Staff Country Reports with number 13/5.

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    Length: 16
    Date of creation: 08 Jan 2013
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:13/5

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    Keywords: Reports on the Observance of Standards and Codes; Anti-money laundering; Combating the financing of terrorism; Legislation; Financial institutions; Private sector; International cooperation; Georgia; money laundering; electronic money; law enforcement; beneficial owners; suspicious transactions; negotiable instruments; terrorism financing; terrorist acts; terrorist financing; enforcement authorities; assessment methodology; law enforcement authorities; due diligence; financial intelligence unit; money remittance; legal entities; criminal organizations; precious metals; money laundering cases; extraditable offenses; supervisory agencies; competent authorities; exchange information; foreign authority; organized crime; beneficial ownership; illegal funds; tax evasion; predicate crime; international law; audit function; supervisory framework; transaction reports; suspicious transaction; money laundering measures; dual criminality; criminal investigations; customer identification; law enforcement agencies; compliance officer; legal assistance; value transfer; supervisory authorities; illegal proceeds; suspicious transaction reports; law enforcement information; reporting forms; investigative techniques;

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