FATF mandate renewed for further eight years

Financial Crime

To begin with, the FATF plans to enhance its focus on informal and non-traditional methods of terrorist financing and money laundering, now that the formal financial system is becoming increasingly closed to illegal activity. "The topic of cash couriers is being considered for further examination by the FATF," says Patrick Moulette, executive secretary at the FATF in Paris. "Cash couriers have been identified as a method of transporting illicit monies for both money laundering and terrorist

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