Over 400 reporting entities get information about money laundering risk assessments 

03.12.2019

Financial Intelligence Unit of Latvia have organized seven seminars for the reporting entities of the Law on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorism and Proliferation Financing (AML/ CTF/ CPF) to raise more awareness on the risks of ML/TF/PF by providing detailed information on Latvian AML/TF/PF risk assessments developed in 2019. 

The main purpose of the seminars is to discuss and share experience on risk-based approach with industry professionals.

During October and November, over 400 reporting entities have taken part in the seminars, including outsourced accountants, tax consultants and independent legal service providers in cooperation with the State Revenue Service, persons dealing with art and antiques in cooperation with the National Cultural Heritage Board, consumer creditors in cooperation with the Consumer Rights Protection Centre, lottery and gambling organizers in cooperation with Lottery and gambling supervisory inspection and companies engaged in buying and selling foreign currency cash in cooperation with the Bank of Latvia, as well as sworn advocates in cooperation with the Latvian Council of Sworn Advocates.

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