Outcome of MONEYVAL's 49th Plenary meeting

MONEYVAL held its 49th plenary meeting in Strasbourg from 8 to 11 December 2015.
At this meeting, the Plenary, inter alia:

– adopted the 4th round MER and executive summary on the UK Crown Dependency of Jersey and decided to place the jurisdiction under the biennial follow-up procedure;

– adopted the 5th round MER and executive summary of Armenia, decided to place the country in regular follow-up and requested it to report back to the Plenary within two years and a half of the adoption of the MER;

– adopted the second progress report of the Holy See;

– adopted the fourth follow-up report of Malta and Georgia, decided to remove these countries from regular follow-up and asked them to submit a biennial report;

– took note of Israel’s 4th round expedited follow-up report, and suggested that the country introduces another interim follow-up report in December 2016 while seeking removal from the 4th round follow-up process;

– elected a new Chairman and Bureau, for a term of office of two years.

The reports which have been adopted and are public, in accordance with MONEYVAL’s publication policy, will be made available shortly under each jurisdiction’ profile.

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