The AUSTRAC corporate plan 2018-22 is now available.
News and updates
AUSTRAC’S webinar on suspicious matter reporting and digital currency exchange provider information is now available
AUSTRAC has published an assessment of money laundering/terrorism financing risks associated with traveller’s cheques
Exemption from applicable customer identification procedures for the sale of shares for charitable purposes
Exemption from certain identification requirements for corporate customers that are custodians
A consultation paper and draft Ministerial Determination are now available
On Tuesday 26 June 2018 AUSTRAC will bring together RegTechs, startups and reporting entities for a half-day event
The registration by AUSTRAC of a digital currency exchange or remittance service provider does not constitute an endorsement of that business or compliance with any AML/CTF obligations.
From 3 April 2018, businesses providing cash-in-transit and insurance services (except motor vehicle dealers) will no longer have obligations under the AML/CTF Act and the FTR Act.
From 3 April 2018 all businesses providing DCE services in Australia are regulated under new anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AML/CTF) laws.