Argentina not addressing anti-money laundering failings says FATF


The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has slammed a lack of progress in anti-money laundering (AML) and combating terrorist financing in Argentina.

As part of its recent mutual evaluation, the body said Argentina "has not made adequate progress in addressing a number of deficiencies" since its last report, in 2004.

In particular, the task force cited a lack of effective implementation of the anti-money laundering provisions that made the act a criminal offence since its last report six years

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