FATF, EU prepare for busy 2004

Anti-money laundering

The document "is not an analysis of current implementation practices, nor a set of suggestions," says John Carlson, principal administrator at the FATF in Paris. "Rather, it sets out the precise measures countries need to take to comply with the FATF recommendations."

The document will update the previous draft, completed in October 2002, in light of the revisions that the FATF made to its 40 Recommendations in June 2003, says Carlson. The original document was completed in conjunction with the

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