FATF lens on terror funding by Pakistan

Dissatisfied with the measures taken by Islamabad to combat terror funding and money laundering, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) appears to be tightening the noose around Pakistan.

It has asked Islamabad to comply with 27 of its actionable plans by 15 December, including sharing evidence for effective implementation of curbs against eight prescribed entities and their affiliates by tracing and freezing their assets.

The FATF has placed this condition to comply with the United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1267 and 1373 and Pakistan will have to implement it by May 2019. Read More

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