Malta to officially come off FATF grey list tomorrow say reports

Mark Battersby
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Malta has already been voted off the Financial Action Task Force's grey list with an official announcement scheduled tomorrow Friday (17 June),  according to reports by Malta media including the The Times of Malta and The Malta Independent.   The decision came after a secret vote was taken at the currently ongoing FATF set of meetings, which includes a plenary, in Germany. The vote on 15 June was held among 37 jurisdictions and two regional organisations - the European Commission and the Gulf Co-operation Council, which are both recognised by the FATF. The decision will only be mad...

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