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The range of seminars on detection of proceeds derived from corruption are continuing

During March 29 - 30, 2018 the seminar on Detection of proceeds derived from corruptionis being hold in Dnipro under the auspices of the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative, with the participation of the State Financial Monitoring Service of Ukraine, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, the National Bank of Ukraine, the National Securities and Stock Market Commission and the National Commission for State Regulation of Financial Services Markets of Ukraine.
The seminar is organized for representatives of bank and non-bank financial institutions supervised by financial regulators.
The seminar separately emphasized on the problematic aspects related to the identification of risks in the analysis of transactions carried out by persons authorized to perform functions of the state and local self-government; special attention is paid to the compliance featuresto the requirements of the national legislation concerning establishment of relations and monitoring of PEP transactions, their relatives and associated persons.
Representatives of the SFMS of Ukraine take part in the seminar as speakers and experts. The representatives of the SFMS highlight issues related to the supranational and national evaluation of anti-corruption and anti-legalization risks, as well as consider practical aspects of the use of instruments and methods for the legalization of proceeds derived from corruptionin the field of securities circulation, insurance services provision, etc.
The SFMS is planning to continue cooperation with the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative in Ukraine in the future in the frame of conducting such events at the central and regional levels.
 
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