Australia's financial intelligence unit with regulatory responsibility for anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing.
This strategic analysis brief is designed to provide information about money laundering methods, vulnerabilities and indicators associated with money laundering through real estate in Australia.
This strategic analysis brief is designed to provide information about money laundering methods, vulnerabilities and indicators associated with money laundering through legal practitioners in Australia.
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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News and updates
AUSTRAC has published draft AML/CTF Rules amending Chapter 4 (customer identification), for consultation.
Final Ministerial Determination for 2014–15 now available.
25 June 2015
Australia’s international network to track illicit funds has been further boosted with the signing of MoUs with Russia, Bahrain and the Turks & Caicos Islands.
2 June 2015
AUSTRAC has released two new reports to help Australian businesses identify money laundering methodologies used through real estate agents and lawyers.
27 May 2015
Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited (CSCC) has been required to appoint an external auditor to assess and help improve its compliance with AML/CTF laws.