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This page was last updated on GOVERNMENT ISSUES REGULATIONS ON DECLARATION OF CURRENCY AND GOODS AT BORDERS The Malawi Government has issued Regulations (under Government Notice N0. 42) requiring travellers to declare currency and goods in their possession at the ports of entry or exit from the country...
CHURCH AID MALAWI TO BE SENSITISED ON AML/CFT Staff of Church Aid Malawi will on 10 December 2013 be sensitized on anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT)...
PRESS RELEASE 18/10/2013 The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) appeared before the Public Accounts Committee of Parliament on Wednesday, 16th October 2013, where the Committee wanted to know what the institution was doing in relation to the reported fraud scam at the Capital Hill. Following this, the FIU wishes to share with the nation what it has done so far...
BLOCKING OF BANK ACCOUNTS The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) is informing all commercial bank customers who have not yet updated information on their accounts that this MUST be done by the 31st of October, 2013...
FIU PRESS RELEASE The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) clarifies its role ...
'It is an honour to host other FIUs' Six officials from Botswana and Tanzania were in this country for an anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) study visit at the Malawi FIU from 7th to 11th October 2013. Two were from Botswana while four from Tanzania...
FIU to train TNM, SML and UGI in October 2013 The FIU will on different dates this month conduct anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) training workshops for Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM) Ltd, Stockbrokers Malawi Ltd (SML) and United General Insurance (UGI). The trainings, to take place in Blantyre, will be done at the request of the three institutions...
ML Act Under Review The Money Laundering, Proceeds of Serious Crime and Terrorist Financing Act (ML Act) is under to align it with Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Recommendations which were revised in 2012. The Act will also help fill in the gaps as noted during implementation since its enactment in 2006...
World Bank commends Malawi for conducting National ML & TF Risk Assessment The World Bank Malawi Office has commended Malawi for carrying out a Money Laundering and Terrorist financing National Risk Assessment (NRA)...
FIU and RBM to conduct onsite examination of NICO Life The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) and Reserve bank of Malawi will conduct onsite examination of NICO Life Insurance Ltd from 28th October to 5th November 2013...