The Financial Monitoring Center (FMC) was established in 2005 as a separate unit within the Central Bank of Armenia. This financial intelligence unit acts as an intermediary between reporting entities and law enforcement authorities.
The powers of the FMC are defined by the Law on Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing of the Republic of Armenia.
The organizational structure and functions of the Financial Monitoring Center are defined in the FMC Statute. The Financial Monitoring Center of the Central Bank of the Republic of Armenia is headed by:
The main function of the FMC is to collect, analyze and exchange information for AML/CFT purposes. In addition, the FMC represents the Republic of Armenia in several international organizations and structures by actively participating in the international AML/CFT initiatives.
The areas and goals of the AML/CFT activities are defined in the National Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing Strategy.
The strategic areas and goals of the AML/CFT regime are also defined in the National Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing Strategy.
+374 10 545088 – Head of the FMC
+374 10 561601 – Analysis Division
+374 10 592573 – Legal Compliance Division
+374 10 592575 – International Relations Division
+374 10 592933 – International System Design and Development Division
Official Website: cba.am/ru/SitePages/fmcabout.aspx
Address: 6, Vazgen Sargsyan Street, Yerevan, 0010, Armenia