Uganda is committed to the global fight against Money Laundering (ML), Terrorist Financing (TF) and Proliferation Financing (PF). To this end Uganda has formulated a National Anti-Money Laundering (AML)/Countering Financing of Terrorism (CFT) and Proliferation Strategy to address the deficiencies existing in its AML/CFT regime, and mitigate the Money Laundering (ML), Terrorist Financing (TF) and Proliferation Financing (PF) risks that it is exposed to. The strategy is intended to address the findings of Uganda's money laundering and terrorist financing risk assessment which was conducted in 2017. It also seeks to provide a blueprint for strengthening Uganda's AML/CFT framework over the next five years based on the recommendations arising from the ESAAMLG mutual evaluation assessment report on Uganda's AML/CFT measures.
This report provides a summary of the AML/CFT measures in place in the Republic of Uganda (Uganda) as at the date of the on-site visit. It analyses the level of compliance with the FATF 40 Recommendations and the level of effectiveness of Uganda’s AML/CFT system, and provides recommendations on how the system could be strengthened.
This Report highlights on key achievements of the Authority during the F/Y 2018-2019.
This report presents an overview of the systemic money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) risks, threats and vulnerabilities with a potential to harm Uganda’s economy.
Using Financial Intelligence Against the Illegal Wildlife Trade in Uganda
An AML/CFT tool and reference guide for all FIUs and Customs Services which will enhance their capacities to combat financial crime and money laundering in the Customs arena. The handbook has also been strategically constructed for FIUs and Customs Services to address Customs-based money laundering in a three-prong fashion: identification, interdiction and investigation.