Technical assistance for international cooperation
1. Department of Home Affairs of Australia (2018-2020)
The main purpose of this technical assistance is to improve the cooperation between the FIU, the Counter-Terrorism Council and the Department of Home Affairs of Australia in line with the FATF Recommendation 7 and to make the legal environment and other activities compliant with international standards.
2. Office of Technical Assistance of U.S. Treasury (2018-2021)
In order to strengthen the FIU’s capacity related to the AML/CFT framework, assistants from the Office of Technical Assistance of U.S.
3. Asian Development Bank (2018-2020)
Asian Development Bank provided technical assistance to reporting entities from September 2017 to November 2019, which was intended to develop regulation on customer due diligence, implementation of international standards and measures taken, to improve the guidelines and recommendations associated with the FRC’s supervision, and to upgrade the risk assessment methodology.
4. International Monetary Fund (2018-2020)
IMF provided technical assistance on the establishment of a supervision system for the DNFBP, the development of training materials for the preparation of the necessary human resources, and the capacity building of the supervising authorities.
5. Asian Development Bank (2018-2020)
Asia Development Bank organized a training in cooperation with the Asian Development Bank for supervisors and employees of banks on “know your customer” verification, prevention procedures, international standards and measures.
6. Asian Development Bank (2018-2020)
Asia Development Bank organized a training in cooperation with the Asian Development Bank for supervisors and employees of non-bank financial institutions, foreign exchange and real estate brokerage organizations on “know your customer” verification, prevention procedures, international standards and measures.
7. World Bank ‘StAR Initiative” (2018-2020)
World Bank “StAR Initiative” has been providing technical assistance to the General Prosecutor’s Office, the Independent Authority Against Corruption, the National Police Agency within the scope of mutual legal assistance and financial investigation /improvement of confiscation and recovery procedures / since 2018. The FIU has also participated in this initiative.
8. International Law Enforcement Academy Bandkok and US Federal Tax Administration (2018-2020)
The purpose was to detect money laundering and terrorist financing crimes, conduct financial analysis and learn methods and financial investigation technique to investigate, and learn from the experience of similar organizations.
Memorandum of Understanding
The Mongolian FIU is currently working with FIUs in 19 countries to establish bilateral memorandum of understanding to exchange information.
The list of countries that have signed the Memorandum of Understanding: