About EAG

The Eurasian group on combating money laundering and financing of terrorism (EAG) is a FATF-style regional body uniting Belarus, India, Kazakhstan, China, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

15 more states and 19 international and regional organizations have observer status within the EAG.

The EAG supports countries in the region to create an appropriate legal and institutional framework combating money laundering and terrorist financing in line with FATF standards.

As part of these efforts, the EAG mutually evaluates the national AML/CFT systems of its member states for compliance with international standards, analyzes money laundering and terrorist financing typologies taking into account the specifics of the Eurasian region, and implements technical assistance programs for Group member states, including staff training.

We aim to create the conditions of effective interaction and cooperation at the Eurasian level, as well as integration of EAG member states into the international AML/CFT system.

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    03.10.2017
    Participation in the MONEYVAL Plenary The interagency government delegation – led by Rosfinmonitoring and comprised of representatives of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Finance Ministry, Federal Security Service and the Bank or Russia – took part in the meeting of the Committee of Experts on the Evaluation of Anti-Money Laundering Measures and Financing of Terrorism (MONEYVAL), held in Strasbourg on September 26-28
    25.09.2017
    III International seminar "Effective supervision as a mechanism for ensuring transparency and stability of the financial system" was conducted in Moscow On September 20-21, III International seminar "Effective supervision as a mechanism for ensuring transparency and stability of the financial system" was conducted in Moscow
    22.09.2017
    Following the seminar on "Best Practices and International Standards on Preventing the Abuse of NPOs for the Purpose of Terrorist Financing" On September 20, 2017, in Astana, the Financial Monitoring Committee of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan, in conjunction with the OSCE Programme Office in Astana, conducted a training seminar on "Best Practices and International Standards on Preventing the Abuse of Non-profit Organizations (NPOs) for the Purpose of Terrorist Financing"
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