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Industry specific guidance

Superannuation sector guidance

AUSTRAC has published guidance for the superannuation sector in response to requests from the sector for information on how to apply the obligations of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006.


Suspicious matter reporting video animation 

Watch our video animation on what makes a good SMR and how SMRs protect Australia against financial crime and terrorism financing.


Digital currency exchange providers

An amendment to the AML/CTF Act to include regulation of digital currency exchange (DCE) providers is expected to come into effect on 3 April 2018.

Start preparing your business by reading our guidance for businesses that are currently regulated.


Pubs and clubs with gaming machines

Gambling is a known method of laundering money. It is used to make the proceeds of crimes look legitimate and to avoid paying tax.

Read about your obligations under AML/CTF legislation.


Meeting your beneficial owner obligations

Understanding who you are ultimately doing business with is vital in protecting them from criminal exploitation.


SMR and digital currency exchange provider webinar recording

The recording of AUSTRAC’s webinar on suspicious matter reporting and digital currency exchange provider information is now available.

 

 

Last modified: 14/12/2018 09:10