Australian law firm, Nyman Gibson Miralis has produced a short briefing on the 2018 Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG) annual typologies report. It is said to provide some insight into how it identifies AML/CFT typologies, and highlights key trends in money laundering and terrorism financing throughout Asia-Pacific countries. The briefing says that each year APG members and observers provide information on ML and TF cases, trends, research, regulatory action and international cooperation, which helps in identifying typologies. An example of this is the annual Joint Typologies and Capacity Building Workshop, which brings together AML/CFT practitioners from investigation and prosecution agencies, FIU, regulators, customs authorities and other agencies.
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