First ever Singapore FATF president to replace Germany's Pleyer in July 

Mark Battersby
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The first ever Singapore Presidency of FATF will see the sovereign island city-state's senior advisor (International) at the Ministry of Home Affairs T. Raja Kumar appointed on 1 July this year for a two-year fixed term.  At the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Plenary that ended on 4 March 2022, the Plenary officially selected T. Raja Kumar as its next president, to replace Germany's Dr. Marcus Pleyer.  The FATF is the global money laundering and terrorism financing watchdog which last week put the UAE on its so-called grey list for increased monitoring which International Investme...

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