Australia's anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing regulator and financial intelligence unit.
The latest annual report from Australia's anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AML/CTF) agency highlights how following the money trail helps combat serious crime.
This public report is designed to strengthen the nation's defences against terrorism financing by improving industry and public awareness of the risks. The report uses real cases and intelligence to present a consolidated picture of Australian terrorism financing risks, vulnerabilities and methods.
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Post Implementation Review of AML/CTF Rules in Chapters 58 and 59 relating to the cancellation and suspension of remitter registrations
Public consultation closes on 13 March 2015.
AUSTRAC has released the final charging model and implementation timeline for the AUSTRAC industry contribution.
Public consultation closed on 13 February 2015.
6 February 2015
AUSTRAC has fined Australian online bookmaker ClassicBet Pty Ltd for a breach of Australia’s AML/CTF laws.
5 February 2015
AUSTRAC has cancelled the registration of two money transfer businesses as it is satisfied that their registrations involve a significant money laundering risk.
21 January 2015
One of the world’s largest remittance network providers has been fined for contraventions of Australia’s AML/CTF laws.