Says Pakistan has achieved a "high degree of technical compliance" with FATF standards.
It is in our best interests to ensure all FATF requirements are met so that there are no lacunae that hostile actors can exploit.
Islamabad has made moderate progress on one out of 11 immediate outcomes.
ECC tells finance ministry to consult BISP on financial implications, orders import of 1.6m tonnes of wheat to meet higher needs.
Airlines’ crews will distribute customs’ declaration forms among all passengers, irrespective of their nationality.
The visit will also pave the way for friendly countries strengthening economic, trade and investment relations with Pakistan.
Shehbaz praises performance of law enforcement agencies on fulfilling FATF action plan.
After FATF developments, FM says govt committed to continuing positive trajectory of reforming the financial sector.
In this moment of relief for Pakistan, for which credit was being claimed by one and all, one irony was lost somewhere along...
A baffling race is currently underway to take credit for the positive response Pakistan received from the FATF.
Says on-site visit a procedural requirement; on lessons learnt, minister says the message for the country is "never again".
Azhar says the FATF's acknowledgment of Pakistan's compliance is "a great landmark".
FATF to conduct on-site visit to verify implementation of reform measures before removing country from grey list.
Pakistan has been on FATF's increased monitoring list since 2018; it has previously been on it from 2008-10 and 2012-15.
Force notes effective measures against money laundering, terrorist financing, proliferation still not achieved across countries.
Sources say those favouring the removal argue that it “is essential to revive the Pakistani economy”.
Directory of over 200,000 politically exposed persons helps financial institutions track potential risks.
Chairman says the judiciary has promised to dispose of Rs3.5 trillion tax cases.
The govt needs to ramp up diplomatic efforts for mustering greater support for its endeavours to restructure its AML/CFT regime.
Remarks come after financial watchdog yet again retains Pakistan on its “grey list” but also praises its "robust progress".
FATF notes two targets out of 34 not met; praises Islamabad’s "robust progress".
It is now targeting full completion of 2021 action plan on anti-money laundering and combating terror financing by Jan 2023.
Says anti-corruption drive will help govt meet FATF’s requirements.
“Pakistan took steps to counter terror financing and restrain India-focused militant groups,” notes report.
Former interior minister says confession by Indian foreign minister has raised question on integrity and transparency of FATF.
The perception that India and Western nations have been applying pressure on Islamabad through FATF/APG forum is not wrong.
FBR chairperson informs members of real estate associations about FATF’s requirements in relation to DNFBPs.
The concern that the platform is being used against Pakistan by India is not entirely misplaced.
In compliance with the FATF's recommendations, banks have started keeping an eye on their clientele.
Pakistan is now fully compliant with eight recommendations and largely compliant with 27 others, says follow-up report.