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Legal and regulatory framework

UPDATE30 Dec 2016

(1) The Anti ­ Money Laundering Act, B.E. 2542 (1999) (AMLA) is a main law stipulating matters e.g. ML offences as criminal offences, the predicate offences, reporting entities, measures for reporting, Customer identification, Customer due diligence, regulations concerning the reporting of transactions, regulations concerning the record keeping, measures dealing with the assets connected with the commission of an offence, confiscated assets management, measures protecting the rights of the damaged persons, penalties for non-compliance, roles and responsibilities of the AMLO as a FIU and AML/CFT supervising authorities, roles and responsibilities of AMLB, and the Transaction Committee.


(2) The Counter-Terrorism and Proliferation of Weapon of Mass Destruction Financing Act B.E. 2559 (2016) (CTPF Act) stipulates the offences of FT and PF as criminal offences and as the predicate offences for ML under AMLA, prescribes measures to designate or de-list persons or entities with linkages to terrorism and the the proliferation of WMD as specified in UNSCR, and stipulates measures to freeze the assets of such designated persons or entities including the maintenance and management of frozen assets.


(3) Ministerial regulations, regulations, notifications, issued in accordance with the three Acts mentioned above.

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