The Vatican spokeman also said he hoped the FATF (the international Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering, accused of violating laws on disclosing financial operations.
What does FATF stand for?
FATF stands for Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering
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- Faculté de Théologie Évangélique de Bangui (Bangui, Central African Republic)
- Faculdade de Tecnologia de São Paulo
- FPGA-based Adaptive Tracking Estimation Computer
- Fellowship of Activists to Embrace Humanity (Lombard, IL)
- FIFRA and TSCA Enforcement System (US EPA)
- Formal Approaches to Testing of Software (workshop)
- Formal Approaches to Testing and Runtime Verification
- Faculty Advisory Task Force (University of Windsor; Canada)
- Fast and the Furious
- Financial Action Task Force (est. 1989)
- Fine Arts Task Force (Madison, WI)
- First Amendment Task Force (Council for Secular Humanism; Amherst, NY)
- Formation aux Techniques de Fonderie (French: Training Techniques for Casting)
- Foundation Aegee Trust Fund (Belgium)
- Fuel Assembly Transfer Form (nuclear power)
- Fun at the Farm (band)
- FSS (Flight Security Supervisor) Assumes Control of Tower Frequencies and Lights
- Fine Art Trade Guild (UK)
- Florida Association of Teachers of German
Samples in periodicals archive:
The president will explain the position of the country in the next session of the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering, Yusril said FATF set up in 1989 by the seven major industrialized nation (G7) now groups 34 industrialized nations to watch the implementation of anti money laundering law all over the world.
15) In addition, in early 2002 Saudi officials invited representatives of the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF) into the kingdom and instructed the appropriate authorities to assist in the preparation of regulations to curtail financial crimes.
The Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering in South America The Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering in South America (GAFISUD) was established in 2000.
The Vatican spokesman also said he hoped the FATF (the international Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering daily, told AFP, accused of violating laws on disclosing financial operations.
In response to mounting concern over money laundering, the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF) was established by the G-7 Summit that was held in Paris in 1989.
Sources: United Nations Statistics Division and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering, 2001.
IFAC itself has been working with several groups to this end: Transparency International, which is focused on the fight against government corruption; the United Nations, especially the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD); the International Monetary Fund (IMF); the World Bank; and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), especially its Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering and its Anti-Corruption Unit.