With compliance of 21 points out of 27 action plan placed to combat money laundering and terror financing. The FATF’s meeting started in Paris on Wednesday.
The FATF meeting will decide fate of Pakistan either to keep it on grey list for another extended period or to remove it from the grey list.
Financial Action Task Force (FATF) started its three-day meeting on Wednesday in Paris and Pakistan’s case will be taken up on the last day of the meeting on Friday.
Pakistan found largely compliant on 14 points out of total 27. Pakistan placed in grey list in June 2018. Pakistani authorities claimed that the Joint Working Group (JWG) of FATF so far found compliant on total 21 points out of 27.
The FATF president will give a press briefing on the outcomes of the FATF on Friday, October 23 at 16:00 (14:00 GMT).