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The Wolfsberg Group is an association of eleven global banks, which aims to develop financial services industry standards, and related products, for Know Your Customer, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing policies. The Group came together in 2000, at the Château Wolfsberg in north-eastern Switzerland, in the company of representatives from Transparency International, including Stanley Morris, and Professor Mark Pieth of the University of Basel, to work on drafting anti-money laundering guidelines for Private Banking. The Wolfsberg Anti-Money Laundering Principles for Private Banking were subsequently published in October 2000 (and revised in May 2002).
The Wolfsberg Standards consist of the various sets of AML Principles, as well as related Statements, issued by the Group since its inception.
- March 2011 Trade Finance Principles - Wolfsberg Trade Finance Principles - version 2
- March 2006 Risk Based Approach for Managing Money Laundering Risks - Wolfsberg Managing Money Laundering Risks
- September 2003 Monitoring Screening and Searching - Wolfsberg Monitoring Screening & Searching Principles
- November 2002 Corespondent Banking Principles - Wolfsberg Correspondent Banking Principles