National Risk Assessment

 
​​The risk assessment is designed to assist the public and private sectors in identifying the risks of money laundering in the country, to understand the potential risk of these phenomena to the financial system and to national security, and to become familiar with the measures taken by the state to deal with these risks

In addition, the risk assessment is meant to serve as a basis for setting policy and priorities in the field of prohibition of money laundering and terror financing, for the application of a risk-based approach and the efficient allocation of resources.
The risk assessment was conducted under the instruction of the Attorney General, during a period of two years, as part of a comprehensive process which included all relevant counterparts, and was coordinated by the Israel Money Laundering and Terror Financing Prohibition Authority (hereinafter: "IMPA").