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Publication: March 1, 2024 2:03 AM

Latest Update:16 de September de 2023

National Strategy to Combat Money Laundering approved

The Government of the Republic of Angola recently approved the national strategy and general lines of the Plan to Prevent and Combat Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction.

 

The document is contained in Presidential Decree no. 73/23 of March 15 and is structured around five priority pillars and strategic objectives, namely Pillar I, which focuses on international coordination and cooperation; Pillar II, on Regulation and Supervision; Pillar III, on Capacity Building and Awareness Raising; Pillar IV, on Transparency and, finally, Pillar V, on Investigation, Legal Proceedings and Asset Recovery.

 

This document, as part of the general lines of the Action Plan, defines the timetable and how the main priorities for mitigating the risks identified will be implemented.

 

Angola is a signatory to several international legal instruments on combating money laundering, terrorist financing and arms proliferation.

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