The Wolfsberg Group is an association of thirteen global banks which aims to develop frameworks and guidance for the management of financial crime risks. 

The Wolfsberg Group is an association of thirteen global banks which aims to develop frameworks and guidance for the management of financial crime risks, particularly with respect to Know Your Customer, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing policies.

The Group came together in 2000, at the Château Wolfsberg in north-eastern Switzerland, in the company of representatives from Transparency International, including Stanley Morris, and Professor Mark Pieth of the University of Basel, to work on drafting anti-money laundering guidelines for Private Banking. The Wolfsberg Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Principles for Private Banking were subsequently published in October 2000, revised in May 2002 and again most recently in June 2012.

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WOLFSBERG NEWS
December 19, 2018
Endorsement for United States Banks Alliance Toolkit for Tackling Human Trafficking

The Wolfsberg Group (the Group) is pleased to endorse a new practical Toolkit designed to tackle human trafficking and modern slavery. The Toolkit has been developed by the United States Banks Alliance (USBA), a multi-stakeholder working group established and coordinated by the Thomson Reuters Fo

December 19, 2018
Endorsement for European Bankers Alliance Toolkit for Tackling Human Trafficking - July 2017

The Wolfsberg Group (the Group) is pleased to endorse a practical Toolkit designed to tackle human trafficking and modern slavery. The Toolkit has been developed by the European Bankers Alliance, a multi-stakeholder working group established and coordinated by the Thomson Reuters Foundation....