Proposed APNU amendments to anti-laundering bill raise concerns, Caribbean adviser says

- implementation of legislation crucial

Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) adviser Roger Hernandez has expressed concern about amendments to anti-laundering legislation proposed by APNU and has also said that once passed, Guyana will have to implement those laws before it could be removed from a regional blacklist.

“Once the legislation has been put in place there will be assessment of implementation, Guyana will have to report on the assessment of implementation before it can come off the list. So it’s not just a matter of passing the legislation. Guyana will also have to demonstrate implementation …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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