IMF/World Bank to integrate assessments

Financial Crime

The decision, endorsed by the two institutions’ boards, builds on the recent 12-month joint pilot programme of assessments of international standards conducted in co-operation with international partners engaged in combating money laundering and financing of terrorism. Since the programme began in summer 2002, 41 countries have been assessed for compliance with international standards, including 33 assessments conducted by World Bank and IMF experts.

During the past year, the World Bank and the

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