Dating giaba

26-May-2020 21:36

The production of the report would not have been possible without the assistance and contributions of numerous individuals and organizations, particularly national authorities and professionals working in various Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions (DNFBPs) within West Africa.

This report provides an independent audit of the First Round of GIABA’s Mutual Evaluation (ME) of its member States (MS).

Against such a backdrop, he argued, as many other speakers had, that alternative development programmes should be a major pillar of the global effort to curb the drug trade.

Many speakers said that, to ensure their sustainability, such alternative development programmes should be adequately financed and sufficiently expansive in scope.

The following organizations are also eligible for observer status within GIABA: the Central Banks of Signatory States, regional Securities and Exchange Commissions, UEMOA, Banque Ouest Africaine pour le Développement (BOAD), the French Zone Anti-Money Laundering Liaison Committee (Conseil Régional de l'Epargne Public et des Marchés Financiers), the African Development Bank (ADB),the United Nations /UNCTED, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the FATF, Interpol, WCO, the Commonwealth Secretariat, and the European Union.

“All these criminal syndicates scheme to improve their dangerous techniques, we should move swiftly to evolve measures that will put us far ahead of them and Liberia should stand in optimistic anticipation for the successful outcome of forums of this nature, VP Boakai noted.Success in the global fight against trafficking in drugs and humans, as well as the associated problems of transnational organized crime and money-laundering, required interlocking national, regional and international strategies rooted in global cooperation, the Third Committee (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural) was told today, as it wrapped up its discussion on crime prevention, criminal justice and international drug control.Throughout the wide-ranging debate, many of the more than 40 speakers emphasized the benefits of a comprehensive approach to combating the threats posed by drug trafficking and organized crime.“ It is our information that this form fosters a process aimed at helping member states to resolve their deficiencies identified in their anti money laundering and countering financing of terrorism regimes, the end sought is to ensure compliance with acceptable international standards, Vice President Boakai intimated” The Plenary is expected to provide update on various initiatives undertaken by the other member states as part of preparatory activities for the second round particularly the conduct of National Risk Assessment which are now the focus o national activities as a prelude to the peer review by member states.According GIABA Director, The Secretariat will also present some reports and make updates on various typology Nd research studies projects.

“All these criminal syndicates scheme to improve their dangerous techniques, we should move swiftly to evolve measures that will put us far ahead of them and Liberia should stand in optimistic anticipation for the successful outcome of forums of this nature, VP Boakai noted.Success in the global fight against trafficking in drugs and humans, as well as the associated problems of transnational organized crime and money-laundering, required interlocking national, regional and international strategies rooted in global cooperation, the Third Committee (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural) was told today, as it wrapped up its discussion on crime prevention, criminal justice and international drug control.Throughout the wide-ranging debate, many of the more than 40 speakers emphasized the benefits of a comprehensive approach to combating the threats posed by drug trafficking and organized crime.“ It is our information that this form fosters a process aimed at helping member states to resolve their deficiencies identified in their anti money laundering and countering financing of terrorism regimes, the end sought is to ensure compliance with acceptable international standards, Vice President Boakai intimated” The Plenary is expected to provide update on various initiatives undertaken by the other member states as part of preparatory activities for the second round particularly the conduct of National Risk Assessment which are now the focus o national activities as a prelude to the peer review by member states.According GIABA Director, The Secretariat will also present some reports and make updates on various typology Nd research studies projects.Criminals over the years have concealed their illicit proceeds by investing in legitimate businesses through a number of schemes in the Bank Financial Institutions and Non-Bank Financial Institutions (FIs) and the Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions (DNFBPs).