Useful links

Central Bank of Ireland

Irish Statute Book

M42 (Revised) Anti-Money Laundering Guidance - Republic of Ireland

National Crime Agency

The National Crime Agency (NCA) is a non-ministerial government department, whose role is to protect the public from the most serious threats resulting from organised crime, publishes an annual plan setting out how it will meet is strategic and operational priorities in the year ahead, and an annual report summarising its performance against that plan.  A shortened version of the annual report is available here.

The Director General has independent operational direction and control over the NCA's activities.  The Director General is accountable for the agency's performance to the Home Secretary and through them to Parliament.

HM Treasury

HM Treasury's Anti-Money Laundering section.

Joint Money Laundering Steering Group

The Joint Money Laundering Steering Group is made up of the leading UK Trade Associations in the Financial Services Industry. Its aim is to promulgate good practice in countering money laundering and to give practical assistance in interpreting the UK Money Laundering Regulations

FATF

FATF - The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is an inter-governmental body whose purpose is the development and promotion of national and international policies to combat money laundering and terrorist financing. The 2017 Irish Assessment and 2018 UK Assessment can be downloaded here.

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