PAKISTAN’S CHANCES OF GETTING OUT OF THE FATF GRAY LIST ARE BRIGHT

ISLAMABAD: The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), while acknowledging Pakistan’s achievements in achieving the targets, said that Pakistan has shown excellent performance on most targets including anti-money laundering, adding that Pakistan’s initiatives are satisfactory.

According to media reports, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) sub-organization has acknowledged Pakistan’s significant achievements in achieving the FATF targets. In which satisfaction has been expressed over the progress and performance of the Government of Pakistan on FATF targets.

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The report said that Pakistan has performed well on most of the targets including anti-money laundering, made better laws for anti-money laundering, Pakistan’s steps in this regard are satisfactory, according to the report out of 40 targets given to Pakistan. The best performance was shown on 39, the only goal that Pakistan did not achieve significantly, Pakistan Post needs to be upgraded and the financial affairs of the organization needs to be documented.

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