Wynter considers financial inclusion in line with AML/CFT risk

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Balance between financial inclusion and AML/CFT challenging, Wynter says

The governor of the Bank of Jamaica has stressed the need for "competent bodies" to recognise the challenges of implementing financial inclusion initiatives where there is a risk around money laundering and terrorist financing.

Speaking at the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force plenary meeting, Brian Wynter noted there was a "practical need" for official bodies to recognise the challenge countries have "striking the balance" between universal access to the financial system and safeguarding it

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