FATF faces growing pains

Special focus financial crime

The Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) difficulties are easy to enunciate. The staff of the inter-governmental task force, originally established to combat money laundering and terrorist financing, has been doubled to 10 but still looks thin on the ground. Its mandate keeps being expanded, and there has been little progress on fundamental issues such as measuring money laundering and terrorist financing activities. New ways to channel dirty money are evolving at lightning speed, while the FATF

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