The Unit for Combating Money Laundering is the Financial Intelligence Unit of Cyprus Republic and its mission is to prevent and suppress Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing.

The Unit was established in December 1996 and became operational in January 1997.

Hierarchically, it subordinates under the auspices of the Attorney General of the Republic as an autonomous, independently operating Unit.

Head of the Unit for Combating Money Laundering is Mrs. Eva Rossidou – Papakyriacou, Attorney of the Republic.

More information in regards to the functions and responsibilities of MOKAS, can be found on the Unit’s official website at the following link

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