FATF revises the ‘40 Recommendations’

Berlin – The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has overhauled its ‘40 Recommendations’ – the anti-money-laundering (AML) standards that have become the basis for the worldwide war against financial crime and terrorist financing since they were first drafted by members of the Paris-based organisation in 1990. The new standards were adopted at FATF’s annual plenary meeting in Berlin in mid-June.

Major changes adopted include specifying a list of crimes that must underpin the money laundering

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