Stakeholders urged to step up work on FATF Action Plan

Published: May 7, 2019
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Stakeholders demonstrate coordination and commitment to achieve this national objective. PHOTO: FILE

Stakeholders demonstrate coordination and commitment to achieve this national objective. PHOTO: FILE

ISLAMABAD.: The PM’s finance adviser has advised all stakeholders to work round the clock to bring about notable progress on the FATF Action Plan.

The development took place during a meeting, chaired by Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, to review the progress on Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Action Plan.

The meeting was attended by finance secretary, interior secretary, FBR chairman, SECP chairman, SBP deputy governor, FMU director general, director general (CT) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, director general (CT) of NACTA and representatives of law enforcement and intelligence agencies.

The finance secretary updated all key stakeholders on the critical nature of the meeting, serious challenges at hand and top priority that was being assigned by the government.

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The chair was updated by all key stakeholders regarding the progress made by Pakistan on FATF Action Plan.

The stakeholders demonstrated coordination and commitment to achieve this national objective.

The chair advised all stakeholders to work round the clock and give highest priority, efforts as well as extra time for achieving and surpassing the FATF Action Plan.

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