FATF recognises SA’s progress in addressing money-laundering deficiencies
The deficiencies relate to the regime for combating money-laundering and the financing of terrorism
The latest report of the global Financial Action Task Force (FATF), which greylisted SA earlier this year, has indicated that SA has made positive progress in addressing technical compliance deficiencies in its anti-money-laundering system.
FATF greylisted SA because it found that the legislative regime and prosecutorial effectiveness in dealing with money-laundering and combating of terrorism financing were deficient...
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