International Organizations

  • FATF

    The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is an international organization that aims to develop and promote policies, on a national and international level, designed to combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism. Since its establishment, the organization has been leading the effort in the adoption and implementation of measures to prevent criminals from abusing the financial system. Israel was accepted as a full member of the FATF in 2018, after holding observer status for the two years. The FATF's 2018 Evaluation Report found that Israel was among the top three most of effective countries in terms of counter-money laundering. 

  • Egmont Group

    The Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units was established to address the international aspect of money laundering and terror financing offenses involving multiple money transfers between various parties and countries. The organization currently has 147 member states whom exchange financial information on an ongoing basis through Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs).


    MONEYVAL is an FSRB organization of the European Region and currently has 30 members, including various European countries and international organizations such as the IMF, the World Bank, and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.