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The Financial Reporting Centre recruitments from time to time will be public and will be advertised adequately in public media and on this website to give all interested persons an opportunity to participate.  See the careers sections for details.

Potential suppliers should check FRC website for any advertised tenders.

No.  The Financial Reporting Centre is a functionally independent State Corporation that administratively falls under the National Treasury.  

The Financial Reporting Centre is mandated with gathering information, analyzing, and disseminating intelligence relating to financial crimes particularly money-laundering and terrorist-financing.  The Centre does not investigate or prosecute offenders, and by necessity does not publicize its involvement in individual cases.  You may therefore not have heard much about our work in individual cases but we are fairly active in cases involving money-laundering and terrorist-financing.

Feel free to email the Director General of the Centre using the contact given on this website.  We will consider your question and may reply directly, or if the question is considered to be of general public interest, add it to our list of frequently asked questions.

Reporting by individuals and institutions, other than reporting institutions is not envisaged in the POCAMLA Act.  A non-reporting institution may therefore not submit Suspicious or Unusual Activity Reports to the Centre.  However, communication with non-reporting institutions is in order and therefore an individual or non-reporting institution can communicate any relevant information to the Centre.  The Centre will consider and appropriately act on any communication received.



    Kenya underwent an Anti-Money Laundering, Counter Terrorist Financing and Counter Proliferation Financing (AML/CFT/CPF) assessment by the Eastern and Southern Africa Anti-Money Laundering Group (ESAAMLG) aimed at assessing Kenya’s compliance with global AML/CFT/CPF standards.

    Kenya’s Mutual Evaluation Report (MER) was adopted by the ESAAMLG Council of Ministers in September 2022 at its meeting in Livingstone, Zambia and subsequently published on the ESAAMLG website on November 11, 2022. The MER summarises the AML/CFT/CPF regime in the country also provides recommendations on how the country’s AML/CFT/CPF regime can be strengthened. A copy of the MER can be downloaded here.

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