Germany and Netherlands must both crack down more on illicit financial flows warns FATF

Mark Battersby
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Germany and the Netherlands both came under the scrutiny of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in two separate reports issued over the last week outlining particular measures they should take to up their game over anti-money laundering and terrorist financing. On 25 August, FATF said that while Germany had implemented significant reforms in the last five years to strengthen its system and some of these new measures were already delivering results, Germany still needed to continue to implement reforms and take steps to make sure that there is resourcing and prioritisation at the opera...

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