Anti-money laundering FATF urge Indonesia to act

The Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering could impose high-risk premiums on all financial transactions by Indonesian financial institutions if the government fails to amend the current anti-money laundering law by September.

Source: Dow Jones

The Paris-based Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering, or FATF, has threatened to take tough action if Indonesia fails to cooperate in fighting money laundering.

The chairman of the Indonesian anti-money laundering committee, Yunus Husein

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