IARM – Identifying and Assessing the Risk of Money Laundering in Europe (HOME/2013/ISEC/AG/FINEC/4000005193) is a research project co-funded by EU Commission, DG Home Affairs, aimed at identifying and assessing the risk of money laundering (ML) and terrorist financing (TF) in Italy, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
IARM is carried out by an international consortium coordinated by Transcrime – Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Italy). Other partners are the Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam (Netherlands) and the University of Leicester (UK), and associate partners are the Italian Ministry for the Economy and Finance, the UIF – Italian Financial Intelligence Unit, the Dutch Ministry of Finance, the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice and the ACPO – Association of Chief Police Officers (UK). Support is also provided by the UK Home Office.
Beneficiaries of project IARM are researchers, practitioners, institutions and private companies in the AML field. IARM will help European public authorities and obliged entities (e.g. banks, professionals, real estate agencies, etc) to develop more effective AML/CTF risk assessment policies and customer due diligence activities.
Project IARM lasts 24 months, ending in January 2017.
Save the date: 15 December 2016 – conference “Assessing The Risk Of Money Laundering In Europe: Research And Practical Implication” at Università Cattolica, Milan – Italy. An occasion to present the main findings of EU co-funded research Project IARM and to foster a high level debate on the future of money laundering risk assessment. To register please complete the registration form by Monday 12th December. Download the agenda of the conference.
Co-funded by the Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme of the European Union