Malta is grey listed by FATF

Mark Battersby
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UPDATE: FATF revealed the four countries which have gone onto its latest grey list on Friday 25 June, here.  The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has voted to grey list Malta in a vote taken during a plenary session this afternoon (23 June), the Malta press is reporting. The impact on Malta's financial services and banking sectors, as well as on its attractiveness to foreign investment, could be serious. The result will not be officially communicated today since the ballot was taken in secret.  Last week it emerged that the UK, the US and Germany wanted Malta to be grey listed...

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