FATF updates on future strategy and NCCTs

Anti-money laundering

To begin with, the FATF removed Guatemala from its list of non-co-operative countries and territories (NCCTs). “The NCCT process has been very successful in encouraging countries to take necessary action to clean up their financial systems. Guatemala has worked with FATF representatives to achieve a positive result, and it will continue to monitor Guatemala’s progress,” said FATF President Claes Norgren. To get itself taken off the list, Guatemala passed laws requiring offshore banks to be

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