ISLAMABAD - The three-day Financial Action Task Force Plenary meeting has concluded in Paris.
The meeting discussed combatting terrorist financing, including the adoption of a new counter-terrorist financing operational plan.
It adopted a report to the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors and updated FATF Guidance on Counter Proliferation Financing. It decided to monitor Iran’s actions to address deficiencies in its Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing system.
Pakistan’s name has not been mentioned in the FATF report issued at the end of three day Plenary meeting in Paris.
Further there is no mention of placing Pakistan on the FATF Counter Terrorism watch list in June as reported by the media.
However Pakistan has to submit report of the Financial counter terrorism measures taken by the country to the FATF by June.
The meeting discussed the mutual evaluation report of Iceland, which set out the level of effectiveness of Iceland’s Anti Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing system and its level of compliance with the FATF Recommendations.
The FATF also discussed the progress that Brazil has made in line with the action plan it agreed in November 2017.