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Presentation of National Risk Assessment at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia
First public presentation of the national money laundering and terrorist financing risk assessment findings was held on 10 September 2018 at the Serbia’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Opening address was given by Marko Čadež, President of the Chamber, Nebojša Stefanović, Vice President of the Government and Minister of Interior, Radomir Ilić, State Secretary of the Ministry of Justice and Željko Radovanović, Director a.i. of the Administration for the Prevention of Money Laundering. Presentations on the findings were delivered by Jelena Pantelić, NRA Coordinator, followed by leaders of subgroups that worked on the assesment, namely, Miljko Radisavljević of the Republic Prosecutor’s Office (threat assessment), Milica Todorović of the Ministry of Justice (national vulnerability assessment), Aleksandra Medan of the National Bank of Serbia (vulnerability of financial system), Danijela Tanić Zafirović (vulnerability of DNFBPs) and Vladimir Stevanović of the Prosecutor’s Office for Organized Crime (terrorist financing risk assessment). Apart from the media presence, the event was attended by reprentatives of state authorities who worked on the assessment, including courts, High Court of Cassation, State Prosecutors’ Council, Ministry of Interior and all supervisory authorities, as well as representatives of private sector. Special credits were given to the American Embassy for providing technical support with printing the summary of the document and translating the document into English, as well as to the Chamber of Commerce, for providing support to private sector all along the NRA process and generously hosting this event.