FATF plans more action against money laundering

Bjorn Aamo

From the end of this year, the effectiveness with which countries and individual institutions are implementing and using their anti-money laundering (AML) and counterterrorist financing (CTF) systems will come under much tighter scrutiny. This is the consequence of a sharp change in procedures by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). The intergovernmental AML agency will no longer simply check the state of countries' laws and rule books when they assess their compliance with AML and CTF

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