IMF board says Malta must tighten AML-CFT regime

Maltese capital Valletta

The International Monetary Fund’s executive board warned in a February Article IV Consultation that Malta must improve its anti-money laundering capacity, echoing criticisms made by several European Union agencies.  

The IMF directors underlined criticisms made in a staff report that Malta’s anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism regime (AML-CFT) needed more reform. The call came despite Maltese authorities making several changes to the AML-CFT regime after critical

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