Anti-laundering committee to seek teleconference with CFATF

The anti-money laundering committee is to seek a teleconference with the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) as it continues a laborious process towards settling a bill which could rescue the country from the repercussions of blacklisting.

The decision to seek a teleconference came after a brief meeting last night as the two sides wrangle over what is essential and acceptable in the bill.

The chief parliamentary counsel Cecil Dhurjon has asked for clarification on a number of issues arising out of APNU’s proposed amendments to the anti-money laundering amendment bill, APNU MP Basil Williams stated yesterday.

After last minute efforts to have the amendment bill re-introduced and passed in the National Assembly failed on Monday,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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