• I. INTRODUCTION
  • a. Executive summary
  • b. The setup of the report and study:
  • c. The scope of the study:
  • II. METHODOLOGY OF WORK
  • a. The collection of the necessary information
  • b. The institutions visited:
  • c. The desk-analysis, site interviews and team cooperation
  • III. DEFINITION AND TYPES OF FEEDBACK
  • a. Definition of Feedback
  • b. Types of feedback:
  • c. Feedback in cases of financing of terrorism:
  • d. Feedback, the legal aspects:
  • e. Feedback, the operational aspects:
  • f. Timing of the feedback:
  • IV. FEEDBACK EU BENCHMARKING ANALYSIS
  • a. The overall feedback level within the EU:
  • b. Good practices of feedback:
  • c. Possible individual feedback in the Member States:
  • d. Member States feedback FIU -> RE
  • e. Member States feedback LEA -> FIU
  • f. Member States feedback LEA -> RE
  • g. Feedback as a catalyst for more AML / CFT reporting:
  • h. Feedback on the basis of intelligence:
  • V. THE REPORTING ENTITIES
  • a. Types of reporting entities:
  • b. A global overview by KPMG
  • c. Comparative analysis among REs:
  • d. Profiling clients:
  • e. Analysis of present situation in REs, the questionnaire:
  • f. Accreditation of Compliance officers:
  • VI. THE FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE UNIT
  • a. Feedback by type of FIU
  • b. Comparative analysis among FIUs:
  • c. Analysis of present situation in the FIUs, the questionnaire:
  • VII. LAW ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITIES
  • a. The investigative Units of the Police:
  • b. Feedback from the LEAs
  • c. Comparative analysis among LEAs :
  • d. Analysis of present situation with LEAs, the questionnaire:
  • VIII. BEST PRACTICES IN THE MEMBER STATES
  • 1. Austria
  • 2. France
  • 3. The Netherlands:
  • 4. Germany:
  • 5. Slovenia
  • 6. Belgium:
  • 7. Luxembourg:
  • 8. Czech Republic:
  • 9. Slovakia:
  • 10. Ireland:
  • 11. Cyprus:
  • 12. Greece:
  • 13. Latvia:
  • 14. Estonia:
  • 15. Lithuania:
  • 16. Bulgaria:
  • 17. Malta:
  • 18. United Kingdom:
  • ...
  • IX. GENERAL CONCLUSIONS:
  • X. RECOMMENDATIONS