Time’s up for anti-laundering bill

-Guyana to miss latest deadline

Guyana will miss another deadline for the updating of its anti-money laundering legislation after the Chief Parliamentary Counsel Cecil Dhurjon was unable to complete drafting APNU’s amendments in time for them to be presented with the completed bill for yesterday’s sitting of the National Assembly.

Though the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) is scheduled to hold its next Plenary in May, it requires Guyana to submit documents on any and all progress towards becoming more compliant with its requirements, which would include the passage of the stalled  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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