Today, a group of EU Global Facility experts convened to our headquarters of Brussels, Belgium to collaborate on the draft of a judicial manual for AML/CFT cases.
This work, which is part of the EU Global Facility’s commitment to empowering partner countries in further strengthening their AML/CFT systems, has been ongoing in the MENA region and ESAAMLG countries.
“It is not just about drafting documents; it’s about equipping our partners with the knowledge and tangible tools they need to effectively combat financial crimes,” explained Key Expert on Justice/CSO Mamuka Jgenti who led the meeting.
What does this judicial manual entail?
📘 It provides guidance for the investigation, prosecution, and adjudication of money laundering and terrorist financing cases within the respective penal chains of our partner states.
✅ It also seeks to ensure seamless coordination among all stakeholders involved in the fight against financial crimes, resulting in a more robust and effective AML/CFT system.