MENAFATF FATF EGMONT

Plenary meeting of the

MENAFATF.

21-27 May 2021

 

 

Egypt

 

 

FATF  Plenary  meeting.  

21-26 Februry 2021  

 

 

 

 

 

 

27th Egmont group

plenary Meeting.

 July 2021

Mexique.

 

 

 

 

 

The TFAC celebrates its

15th Birthday.

 

FAQ->FAQ

FAQ

 

1- Who must declare?

2- In which cases to declare?

3- When to declare?

4- The declaration of suspicion

 

Who must declare

 

Professionals determined by Article 107 of Organic Law No. 2015-26 of 7 August 2015

on the fight against terrorism and the repression of money laundering are called upon to report suspicious transactions and transactions to the CTAF.

These are the following institutions and people:

* credit institutions

* microfinance institutions 

* the National Post Office

* stock market intermediaries 

* Insurance and Reinsurance institutions and insurance brokers

* the following non-financial businesses and professions: lawyers, notaries, accountants, real estate agents,

contract drafters of the Conservation of Land Ownership and professionals authorized by their missions,

when they prepare or carry out transactions or financial transactions relating to the purchase or sale of real estate or business assets,

manage capital and accounts, organize contributions for the creation of companies and other persons, operate or manage them,

control such operations or transactions or give advice on their behalf

* jewelery, gemstone and other valuables merchants

* the leaders of casinos.

 

In which cases to declare


In accordance with article 125 of organic law n ° 2015-26 of 7 August 2015 on the fight  against terrorism and the repression 
of money laundering, reporting entities are required to submit to the CTAF a declaration of suspicion for:

 
* Any transaction or transaction that they suspect to be directly or indirectly related to the proceeds of unlawful acts qualified 
by the law of crime or crime.
 * Any transaction or transaction that they suspect to be directly or indirectly related to the financing of individuals,
 organizations or activities related to terrorist offenses.
* Any attempted transaction or transaction that they suspect to be directly or indirectly related to the proceeds 
of unlawful acts described by the law of crime or crime. 
* Any attempted transaction or transaction that they suspect to be related to the funding of individuals, organizations 
or activities related to terrorist offenses.
 

Tunisian Financial Analysis Committee © 2013