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The National Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Committee “The NAMLC” is formed by Law No. (28) of 2002, amended by Law No. (4) of 2010, chaired by the Deputy Governor of the Qatar Central Bank, and the membership of 14 representatives of governmental entities involved in AML/CFT: the Ministry of the Interior “MOI”, The Qatar Financial Information Unit “QFIU”, the Ministry of Finance “MOF”, the General Authority of Customs “GAC”, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry “MCI”, The Regulatory Authority for Charitable Activities “RACA”, The Ministry of Justice “MOJ”, the State Security Bureau “SSB”, The Qatar Central Bank “QCB”, the Public Prosecution “PPO”, the Qatar Financial Markets Authority “QFMA”, the Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority “QFCRA”, the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers “GSCM” and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs “MOFA”.
The NAMLC’s representatives are divided as follows: the Law Enforcement Authorities (the Ministry of the Interior “MOI”, The Qatar Financial Information Unit “QFIU”, the State Security Bureau “SSB”, the Public Prosecution “PPO” and the General Authority of Customs “GAC”), the Supervisory Authorities responsible for supervising the financial sector and the non-financial sector (The Qatar Central Bank “QCB”, the Qatar Financial Markets Authority “QFMA” and the Qatar Financial Centre “QFC”) and other competent governmental authorities concerned with combating money laundering and terrorism financing. The NAMLC is assisted by a Secretariat responsible of coordinating cooperation among the competent authorities in combating money laundering and terrorism financing, and an operational coordination mechanism has been established, defining the roles and responsibilities of each Authority, in order to tackle all related issues, from the suspicion to conducting the investigations, etc. 
Each Competent Authority has its own regulations to carry out the tasks entrusted under the provisions of the Law No. (4) of 2010 on Combating Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing. These regulations were issued in collaboration with the National Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Committee “NAMLC”, in line with the Recommendations of the Financial Action Task Force “FATF” responsible for issuing the AML/CFT Standards and assessing the technical compliance with these recommendations and the effectiveness of the countries’ AML/CFT systems. The State of Qatar is a member of the FATF, under the Umbrella of the General Secretariat of the Gulf Cooperation Council. The State of Qatar is also a founding member of the Middle East and North Africa Financial Action Task Force “MENAFATF”, operating on the regional level, as a FATF-Style Regional Body (FSRB) and has its headquarters in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
The NAMLC hosts several training programs and workshops on combating money laundering and terrorism financing, such as the training Program aiming at preparing and initiating the Public Sector Staff to effectively implement the AML/CFT international standards and at introducing to the participants how to establish a sustainable regime to combat the illicit financing activities in the State of Qatar, in compliance with the international standards. The training program is tailored in practical workshops to meet all the objectives of the different actors of the Public Sector involved in implementing the AML/CFT regime of the State of Qatar.
http://www.namlc.gov.qa/


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