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UK RUSI Group criticises FATF for current ‘behind closed doors’ procedures and calls for Ombudsperson to be introduced

By Elizabeth Hearst for AMLi

The UK’s Royal United Services Institute, the country’s oldest think-tank on defence and security, has issued comment on FATF’s unintended consequences study.

Earlier this year, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), launched a new project to “study and mitigate the unintended consequences stemming from the incorrect implementation (purposefully or otherwise) of its anti-financial crime standards”.

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