The Financial Intelligence Unit has successfully spearheaded a two-day national validation workshop at the Bank of Sierra Leone Complex, Kingtom, Freetown. With support from the Inter-Governmental Action Group Against Money Laundering in West Africa, the FIU embarked on the update of the second ML/TF risk assessment exercise in July, 2022. The exercise took onboard new


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The essence of the meeting was to discuss the followings: To communicate what the Unit is currently doing and the challenges facing the FIU to combat Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in Sierra Leone. To solicit support from the Embassy in providing technical assistance to the Unit especially in the area of ICT. To help

The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) with support from GIABA and World Bank on Tuesday commenced a three day national Money Laundering and Terrorism Financial Risk Assessment workshop at the Hill Valley Hotel in Freetown. The aim of the assessment is to lead to the determination of cost effective and proportionate ant-money laundering program of work,