Jurisdictions should briefly note any significant changes to their AML/CFT system which have taken place since the last evaluation or since they exited the follow-up process. This includes:
• New AML/CFT laws, regulations and enforceable means;
• New competent authorities, or significant reallocation of responsibility between competent authorities.
Jurisdictions should list the principal laws and regulations in their AML/CFT system, and give a brief, high-level summary of their scope. The (translated) text of these laws should be provided to assessors. It is preferable to assign each document a unique number to ensure references are consistent. These numbers should be listed here.
Jurisdictions should list the main competent authorities responsible for AML/CFT policy and operations, and summarise their specific AML/CFT responsibilities.