Tuesday, 21 March, 2023
TopicFATF grey list

Topic: FATF grey list

Pakistan exits FATF grey list, India says Islamabad must continue to act against terrorists

Islamabad has shown ‘political commitment’ in combating terrorist financing, says Paris-based Financial Action Task Force. Pakistan was in ‘grey list’ since June 2018.

As terror watchdog FATF considers reprieve for Pakistan, Jaish-e-Mohammed is expanding seminary

With 600-plus students who are taught to support jihadism, the sprawling complex in Bahawalpur, Punjab province, is one of more than a dozen that the Jaish runs across Pakistan.

Pakistan’s FATF ‘victory’ has a thousand fathers—Imran Khan to Bilawal Bhutto

Till March this year, while Imran Khan was still in power, Pakistan had completed 32 out of 34 action points required to exit the grey list.

FATF retains Pakistan on ‘grey list’ over terror financing

Pakistan has been on the list of FATF since June 2018 for failing to check money laundering, leading to terror financing, & was given a POA to complete it by October 2019.

Pakistan’s religious extremism didn’t start with TLP. It won’t end with banning it

From convicting Lashkar-e-Taiba’s founder to banning several groups that have featured on global terror lists, Pakistan is eager to get off FATF’s grey list.

Pakistan to stay on FATF grey list due to ‘serious deficiencies’ in checking terror financing

FATF president said Pakistan is yet to demonstrate taking action against the UN designated terrorists and their associates.

Pakistan unlikely to exit FATF ‘grey list’ as European countries say plan not fully implemented

In the last FATF plenary in October 2020, the global watchdog for terror financing said Pakistan would continue in its grey list till February 2021 as it failed to fulfil 6 out of 27 obligations.

‘Blacklist Pakistan’ — Exiled dissidents hold protest outside FATF headquarters in Paris

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) will, during its plenary session from 22-25 March, decide on Pakistan’s ‘grey list’ status on alleged terror financing.

Pakistan avoids FATF black list, but will stay in grey list until next review in February 2021

FATF is pleased that Pakistan has ‘largely completed’ 21 of the 27 tasks assigned to it, but says the country will come off the grey list when it finishes all tasks.

Pakistan unlikely to exit FATF’s grey list, manages to avert being blacklisted, report says

The report in The Express Tribune comes ahead of FTAF's virtual plenary session from 21-23 October. It said Pakistan will succeed in exiting the grey list by June next year.

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