FATF mission to hold talks with Pakistani officials from today

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ISLAMABAD: A mission of the Asia-Pacific Group (APG), a regional affiliate of the Monetary Motion Activity Power (FATF), will maintain talks with Pakistani officers in Islamabad from Tuesday (right this moment).

The mission would assess Pakistan’s progress on world requirements towards financial crimes to warrant its exclusion from the FATF’s gray listing.

The talks between Pakistan and the nine-member APG delegation led by Govt Secretary Backyard Hook will probably be held for 3 days till Thursday.

The visiting delegation, which arrived within the federal capital on Monday, contains Ian Collins of New Scotland Yard, James Prussing of Division of the Treasury United States, Ashraf Abdulla of Monetary Intelligence Unit Maldives, Boby Wahyu Hernawan of Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance, Gong Jingyan of Individuals’s Financial institution of China; Mustafa Necmeddin of Turkey’s Ministry of Justice, Deputy Director Muhammad Al-Rashdan and Deputy Director Shannon Rutherford.

The APG evaluation workforce would meet officers from the State Financial institution of Pakistan, Securities and Trade Fee of Pakistan, Election Commis­sion of Pakistan, Ministry of International Affairs, Ministry of Inside, Nationwide Counter Terrorism Authority, legislation enforcement businesses and counter terrorism departments.

The FATF had positioned Pakistan on a cash laundering “gray listing” early in 2018 however given it time to take motion towards additional downgrade.

 

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