FATF to consider putting money laundering blacklist on hold


PARIS -- The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the Paris-based international body set up to combat money laundering, was due to consider whether it should temporarily cease adding names to its blacklist of countries that are non-co-operative in the fight against money laundering as Operational Risk went to press. The move would mean a one year pause during which the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank would offer states on the list, or those who have been on it in the past, an

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