PARIS: Global watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) three day October plenary will conclude on Thursday and all eyes will be on whether Pakistan will continue to remain in the `Grey List` or will it be moved to the 'Black List'? FATF plenary is taking place under the German Presidency of Dr Marcus Pleyer, and delegates representing 205 members of the Global Network and observer organisations, including the International Monetary Fund, the United Nations and the Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units, are part of the hybrid meeting of the FATF Plenary. Analysts and reports suggest that Pakistan will remain greylisted till the next session of FATF in 2022 as it has failed to curb terror financing of UN proscribed terrorists living in Pakistan. In February when Pakistan was retained on FATF `grey list` for failing to check money laundering, leading to terror financing, the watchdog asked Islamabad to investigate and prosecute senior leaders and commanders of UN-designated terror groups and address its strategically important deficiencies. FATF`s three-day session will be concluding today and it is expected that the watchdog may inform that Pakistan is still short of meeting the FATF criterion. Pakistan was given a plan of action and… Read full this story
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