OCWAR-M News | n°20


FEATURED: POSTERS TO RAISE AWARENESS AMONG CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS As part of its efforts to raise awareness among civil society organizations (CSOs) of the fight against money laundering and the financing of terrorism, the OCWAR-M project has developed three posters designed to inform these organizations of their role and duties in curbing financial crime. Discover them below! SEE ALL...

OCWAR-M News | n°19


A LOOK BACK AT THE 2022 PROJECT RESULTS COUNTRY OF THE MONTH : CÔTE D’IVOIRE In this issue, we focus on Côte d’Ivoire! Mr. Romain Ouattara, coordinator of the mutual evaluation currently conducted by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in this country, talks about the evolution of the Ivorian AML/CFT criminal chain over the last few years and presents the support provided by OCWAR-M...

The OCWAR-M news | n°18


SPECIAL EDITION ON NATIONAL COORDINATION COMMITTEES EDITO This month, OCWAR-M presents a special edition on national anti-money laundering and counter financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) coordination committees! These committees are essential structures for the formulation and implementation of effective AML/CFT policies, as well as for the coordination of all actors involved in the national AML/CFT...

The OCWAR-M news | N°17


EDITO The OCWAR–M project wishes you a happy new season! We look forward to starting the new Academic year with you. COUNTRY OF THE MONTH: GUINEA-BISSAU  In this edition, Mr. Justino SA, President of the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) of Guinea-Bissau, presents the money laundering and terrorist financing risks specific to his country, and the work undertaken by his FIU to tackle them...

The OCWAR-M news | N°16


COUNTRY OF THE MONTH : SENEGAL This month, Mr. Mor Ndiaye, Managing Director of the recently created National Criminal Assets Recovery Office (ONRAC) of Senegal, tells us more about this institution which has a key role to play in the Senegalese AML/CFT system. READ MORE FEATURED : FIRST TRAINING OF TRAINERS FOR THE ACTORS OF THE AML/CFT CRIMINAL CHAIN IN ANGLOPHONE COUNTRIES In May 2022, during...

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