The Basel AML Index 2020 for Africa: Why not considered Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG)?

Sans données sur les risques nationaux sur le blanchiment d’argent et le financement du terrorisme, comment les pays Africains exclus dans cette évaluation de 2020 de l’Index AML de Basel, peuvent prétendre lutter contre la corruption.

Solutions :
1) Mettre en place des mécanismes pour la collecte des données dans ce secteur précis. Les ANIFs et CENTIFs peuvent aider à le faire.
2) Travailler avec les RECs, la CEA et l’UA pour développer les capacités dans ce sens sous la supervision du CABAC, GIABA, etc.
3) Utiliser Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG).

The Basel AML Index 2020

The Basel AML Index 2020

https://www.baselgovernance.org/basel-am…/public-edition-map
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The Basel AML Index 2020: an independent annual ranking that assesses the risk of money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) around the world. The Public Edition of the Basel AML Index 2020 covers 141 countries with sufficient data to calculate a reliable ML/TF risk score. Unfortunately, many African countries which are exposed to high risks money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) are not included. I was expecting to see the Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) as one sources of data. IIAG is a tool that measures and monitors governance performance in African countries.

Solutions:
1) The risk-based approach (RBA) is central to the effective implementation of the FATF Recommendations, but are not really developed within FIUs especially in African FIUs
2) This should be one of the objectives of GIABA, GABAC, and other FSRBs including data collection and dissemination;
3) Consider Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG), a tool that measures and monitors governance performance in African countries
4) Great methodology and data sources for National and International Compliance: Basel AML Index methodology and data sources.

 

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