The IGC 

The Inter-governmental Committee on AML/CFT matters (IGC) serves as a conduit for the sharing of information between key agencies involved in the fight against ML/TF.  The agencies that constitute the IGC have acquired their membership primarily because of their important nexus to AML/CFT activities as each of them is prone to use and abuse for money laundering activities. They each, in some measure, have responsibility for guarding and protecting the Territory’s security perimeter and thus enhancing the Territory’s ability to cooperate effectively on domestic and international mutual legal assistance matters.

The Members of the IGC are:

Attorney General’s Chambers 
International Tax Authority 
BVI Airports Authority 
Ministry of Finance 
BVI Ports Authority 
Non-profit Organisations Board 
Department of Trade and Consumer Affairs 
Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions 
Financial Investigation Agency 
Post Office
Financial Services Commission 
Premier’s Office
HM Customs 
Royal Virgin Islands Police Force
Immigration Department 
Virgin Islands Shipping Registry 

The assessors used during the conduct of the NRA all represent the member agencies of the IGC.