Vision, Mission, Values

VISION

The FIC strives for a safer future for all South Africans in which the financial system has integrity and transparency to support economic growth and social development.

MISSION

The FIC promotes increasing levels of compliance with the FIC Act in an efficient and cost-effective manner, enabling it to provide high-quality, timely financial intelligence for use in the fight against crime and the protection of national security.

VALUES

The FIC seeks to achieve its mandate through the employment of highly capable staff members who are committed to the highest standards of excellence and professional service delivery in the fulfilment of their responsibilities.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 What's new

  • Consultation on Draft PCC 101 of licencing, registration, approval or authorisation conditions issued by Supervisory Bodies to Accountable Institutions, in terms of Section 45 and 45(1B)(e) of the Financial Intelligence Centre act (Act No. 38 of 2001)
    The Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) has issued Draft Public Compliance Communication 101 (PCC 101) to provide guidance to supervisory bodies regarding the conditions of their licence, registration, approval or authorisation processes in meeting their responsibilities to supervise and ensure compliance with the FIC Act by the respective accountable institutions regulated by them, as required by sections 45 and 45(1B)(e) of the FIC Act.
    2018-12-11
  • Consultation on Draft PCC31A on the receipt and acceptance of funds by Accountable Institutions prior to completion of Customer Due Diligence measures required in terms of the FIC Act
    The Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) has issued Draft Public Compliance Communication 31A (PCC31A) which provides guidance to accountable institutions on the acceptance and receipt of funds prior to the completion of the customer due diligence measures required in terms of the Financial Intelligence Centre Act, 2001 (Act 38 of 2001) (FIC Act).
    2018-12-11
  • ADVISORY: Financial Action Task Force statements on jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and counter-terror financing deficiencies
    October 2018 - The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) identifies jurisdictions that have strategic deficiencies in their measures against money laundering and terror financing.
    2018-11-06

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