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Regulatory guide

Financial institutions can carry out applicable customer identification procedures (ACIP) in respect of a customer after commencing to open an account in certain circumstances. This is on the condition that appropriate risk-based systems and controls are in place, including to ensure no further designated services can be provided other than deposits to the account or designated services incidental to the opening of the account or a deposit.  

Regulatory guide

This guide has been developed for pubs and clubs who are licensed to operate electronic gaming machines (EGMs), to gain a thorough understanding of your AML/CTF obligations.

Financial crime guide

This guide provides financial indicators to help financial services businesses to detect and report potential fraud and misuse of taxpayer funds through Services Australia administered emergency and disaster payments.

Financial crime guide

This guide provides financial indicators to help financial service providers to target, detect and disrupt criminal communication or abuse through payment text fields.

Risk assessment

These resources provide an overview of how ML/TF risk is distributed across Australia’s banking sector. 

Risk assessment

An assessment of the money laundering and terrorism financing (ML/TF) risks associated with the foreign bank branches subsector to help identify, mitigate and manage risks. 

Risk assessment

An assessment of the money laundering and terrorism financing (ML/TF) risks associated with the foreign subsidiary bank subsector to help identify, mitigate and manage risks. 

Risk assessment

An assessment of the money laundering and terrorism financing (ML/TF) risks associated with the other domestic banks subsector to help identify, mitigate and manage risks.  

Risk assessment

An assessment of the money laundering and terrorism financing (ML/TF) risks associated with the major banks subsector to help identify, mitigate and manage risks. 

Risk assessment

An assessment of the money laundering and terrorism financing (ML/TF) risks associated with the non-bank lending and financing sector to help identify, mitigate and manage risks.