The Anti-Money Laundering Advisory Board

The Anti-Money Laundering Advisory Board (AML Board) is established under section 49 of POCAMLA. The Board’s mandate under the Act is to advise the Director of the Financial Reporting Centre (FRC) generally on the performance of his functions and the exercise of his powers under the Act. The Board was officially launched by the Deputy Prime Minister and the then Minister for Finance on 24th June 2011.


Membership of the Board

  1. The Permanent Secretary, Treasury;
  2. The Attorney General;
  3. The Governor, Central Bank of Kenya;
  4. The Inspector General of Police;
  5. The Chairman, Kenya Bankers’ Association (KBA);
  6. The Chief Executive Officer, Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK)
  7. Director of the Financial Reporting Centre who is also the Secretary to the Board; and
  8. Two other persons who have knowledge and expertise in matters relating to money laundering to represent the private sector.


  • POCAMLA (Amendment) Act, 2017

    22 March 2017

    The Proceeds of Crime and Anti-Money Laundering (Amendment) Act, 2017 is now available in the download section.  You can also download it by clicking this link.

International Organizations


User: Interim Director
Address: P. O. Box 60000
Phone: 254-2861600