Those subject to the Law on Prevention of Money Laundering will be presented with the national Assessment of Risk of Money Laundering and Assessment of Risk of the Financing of Terrorism on September 10 at the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia. The event will be opened by Nebojsa Stefanovic, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Internal Affairs of Serbia and the chairman of the Coordination Team for the Preparation of the National Risk Assessment.
The national Assessment of Risk of Money Laundering and Assessment of Risk of the Financing of Terrorism will be presented by coordinators, representatives of the institutions in the system of preventing and detecting money laundering and the financing of terrorism – the Department for the Prevention of Money Laundering, the Public Prosecutor’s Office, the Ministry of Justice, the National Bank of Serbia, the Securities Commission, the Prosecution Office for Organized Crime...
The assessment, adopted by the Government of Serbia on May 31, 2018, was carried out using the methodology of the World Bank. This document assessed the threads and the vulnerability regarding money laundering and the financing of terrorism on a national level and was prepared through five work groups – threat assessment, national system vulnerability assessment, financial system vulnerability assessment, non-financial system vulnerability assessment and assessment of risk of the financing of terrorism.
A total of 154 representatives took part in the preparation, of which 124 from the state institutions (Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Security Intelligence Agency, the NBS, the High Court Council and others) and 30 from the private sector, including members and representatives of expert departments of the CCIS.