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INSIGHT: As David Lewis prepares to step down as FATF chief, our opinion writer asks is the global financial crime watchdog too dominated by finance ministries – and is this what’s holding the agency back?

By Nick Kochan for AMLi

The FATF has become so high level and abstract in its fight against money laundering and terrorism financing that it has lost touch with the day to day pressures and demands of every day crime and the global criminal gangs that perpetrate this offence.

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