|STR Form for Financial Institutions||
QFIU Suspicious Transaction Report Form to be used by Financial Institutions (FIs).
|AML/CFT Programme Self- Assessment Questionnaire||Link||
The AML/CFT Programme Self-Assessment Questionnaire provides a practical method for firms to focus on the key AML/CFT requirements. This questionnaire helps firms to gauge if they are effectively discharging their legal and regulatory obligations to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing.
|Guidance on the effective implementation of Targeted Financial Sanctions||Guide||
This document provides guidance to firms on appropriate Policies, Procedures, Systems and Controls (PPSC) to screen their customers and their transactions against Targeted Financial Sanctions (TFS).
|Guidance for the AML/CFT Independent Review Report||Guide||
Every two years, firms must submit an Independent Review Report (IRR) to the QFC Regulatory Authority. This document provides guidance to firms and reviewer on matters to be covered in the IRR.
|STR Form for DNFBPs||Guide||
QFIU Suspicious Transaction Report Form to be used by DNFBPs.
|Guidance to Submitting Suspicious Transaction Reports for Designated Non- Financial Businesses and Professions (DNFBPs)||Guide||
QFIU guidance for DNFBPs to assist in submitting STRs.
|PPO Decision 1 of 2020||Guide||
Public Prosecutor of the State of Qatar decision on regulating the Implementation Mechanisms of the Targeted Financial Sanctions related to Combatting the Financing of Terrorism and the Financing of the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction pursuant to UN Security Council Resolutions.
|PPO Decision 59 of 2020||Guide||Public Prosecutor of the State of Qatar decision on promulgating Guidelines to the Effective Implementation of the Targeted Financial Sanctions Regime in the State of Qatar.|
|FIU STR Guide||Guide||
The QFIU’s Guide to Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Suspicious Transaction Reporting.
|Guidance to Submitting STR – FAQs||Guide||
QFIU’s Guidance on submitting Suspicious Transaction Reports – Frequently Asked Questions.
|NCTC UNSC Matching Names Guidance||Guide||
The National Counter Terrorism Committee (NCTC) guidance for the reporting of the matching of names and entities with the list issued under the United Nations Security Council Resolutions on terrorism and terrorist financing. Where a valid match is identified firms are requested to follow the guidance and to contact the QFC Regulatory Authority at the following:
|Guidance on Beneficial Ownership of Legal Persons and Legal Arrangements||Guide||This guidance indicates good industry practice through a proportionate, risk-based approach to beneficial ownership matters and assists firms to design and implement the necessary systems and controls.|
|Guidance on Correspondent Banking Services||Guide||This document provides guidance to firms on general principles and best practice in relation to correspondent banking services.|
|Guidance on Customer Due Diligence||Guide||
This document provides practical guidance to firms on customer due diligence to assist with day-to-day compliance challenges and to provide examples of international best practice.
|Guidance on the Risk Based Approach||Guide||
This guidance indicates good industry practice in AML/CFT procedures through a proportionate, risk-based approach. A risk-based approach can effectively mitigate the risks of your firm being used in connection with money laundering and the financing of terrorism.
|Guidance for Financial Institutions and DNFBPs on the Management of COVID-19 risks||Guide||
This guidance addresses the main vulnerabilities that have been observed around the world regarding COVID-19, and the risk-based mitigation strategies that firms should employ.
|Guidance for Financial Institutions and DNFBPs on Countering Proliferation Financing||Guide||This guidance covers proliferation financing threats, vulnerabilities, and risks, and highlights the relevant requirements for firms.|