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Media releases

Format: 24/10/2017
Format: 24/10/2017
CTF Summit 2016: Growing partnerships to address terrorism financing in our region

Over 200 specialists from more than 20 countries will gather for the second Counter-Terrorism Financing (CTF) Summit in Bali from 8-11 August.

AUSTRAC helps improve the reporting behaviour of pubs and clubs

Reporting behaviour of the pubs and clubs sector has improved as a result of the agency’s national awareness campaign early this year.

Improved access to financial services for Indigenous customers

Coinciding with NAIDOC week, AUSTRAC has updated its online compliance guide to help businesses meet customer identification requirements under the AML/CTF Act.

Joint media release: Joint Agency Task Force seizes $275 million worth of meth in Victoria, eight people arrested

A successful operation conducted by the Victoria Joint Organised Crime Task Force has resulted in drug offence charges.

Joint media release: Drug importation syndicate smashed, drugs worth $200 million seized

A WA Joint Organised Crime Task Force operation has seized approx. 200kg of methamphetamine.

Legislative reform the key to protect Australia from financial crime: AUSTRAC

Today AUSTRAC welcomed recommendations to simplify and modernise legislation to protect our economy from serious and organised crime and terrorism financing

AUSTRAC expands its Federal Court action against three Tabcorp companies

AUSTRAC has filed a further 61 alleged contraventions against 3 Tabcorp companies adding to current civil penalty court proceedings.

Statement: Panama Papers

AUSTRAC is analysing information related to the 'Panama Papers' and comparing it to our other data-holdings.

Regional commitment to countering terrorism financing – Sydney Communique 2015

Delegates at the first counter-terrorism financing summit in the Asia Pacific region have agreed on the urgent need to maximise the use of technology in the fight against terrorism.

Minister for Justice media release: Industry partnerships leading to increased vigilance on terrorism financing

The Government is determined to detect and disrupt terrorism financing in Australia and take action against people who provide support to terrorist organisations.

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