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Canada’s financial crimes watchdog is preparing to implement its broad new virtual currency oversight powers ahead of the Financial Action Task Force’s June 2020 deadline. @realDannyNelson  reports.

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is unlikely to blacklist Pakistan during its annual meetings in Paris but may keep it on its watch list. MORE from @MichaelKugelman :

#OnCNBCTV18 |Financial Action Task Force puts Mauritius under 'grey' list. Tejas Desai, Senior Partner at EY discusses the implications with @SurabhiUpadhyay  & @_prashantnair 

@SEBI_India issues a clarification w.r.t Mauritius-registered funds after the Financial Action Task Force put the country under 'grey' list. Ajay Rotti of Dhruva Advisors discusses the implications with @Latha_Venkatesh  @_soniashenoy 

#OnCNBCTV18 |Financial Action Task Force puts Mauritius under 'grey' list. What will this mean for FPI investments into India? @SurabhiUpadhyay  brings us the details

#JustIn | @SEBI_India  issues a clarification w.r.t Mauritius-registered funds after the Financial Action Task Force put the country under 'grey' list

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Tehran’s blacklisting by the Financial Action Task Force sends a signal to Pakistan, which is also in the watchdog’s sights, by @kcbroughton  via @WSJ 

The Financial Action Task Force@FATFNews ), a global money-laundering and terror financing watchdog, on Friday gave #Pakistan  until June 2020 to improve its anti-terrorism financing measures

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Sources: Pakistan to remain in Financial Action Task Force (FATF) grey list. Turkey and Malaysia supported Pakistan.

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Asia Pacific Group (APG) of Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has concluded that Pakistan has not taken sufficient measures to fully implement UNSCR 1267 obligations against 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed&other terrorists associated with LeT, JuD among other terror groups

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FATF President FATF (Financial Action Task Force) President Xiangmin Liu:Pak needs to do more & faster. Pak's failure to fulfill FATF global standards,issue we take very seriously.If by February 2020, Pakistan doesn't make significant progress, it will be put in the 'Black List.'

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Vidisha Maitra, First Secy MEA: Will Pakistan deny that Financial Action Task Force has put the country on notice for its violations of more than 20 of the 27 key parameters?And would PM Imran Khan deny to the city of New York that he was an open defender of Osama bin Laden?

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#Breaking | Big blow to Pakistan, as it has been blacklisted for shielding terror by Financial Action Task Force (FATF) – APG.

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Financial Action Task Force, FATF black lists #Pakistan  FATF is an international policy-making body that sets international anti-money laundering standards and counter-terrorist financing measures.

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Sources: Financial Action Task Force (FATF)'s Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering has put Pakistan in the lowest category called Enhanced (Expedited) Follow Up

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Time is almost up. After 2 yrs with no progress, the Financial Action Task Force agreed to re-impose first major financial countermeasure in June if Iran doesn’t implement its counter terrorist financing & money laundering requirements. Congrats on the move

Facing mounting pressure over ties to militants, Pakistan suffers a stinging rebuke from the Financial Action Task Force, a global antiterrorism watchdog

Just In: UN financial action task force (FATF) in Paris decides to put Pakistan back on the 'greylist' after 3 years. Pakistan will have to submit to intense financial scrutiny on terror financing.

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