Mauritius: Status of anti-money laundering, terrorism financing listing

Possible removal of Mauritius from the Financial Action Task Force grey list

Possible removal of Mauritius from the Financial Action Task Force grey list

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF)—a global anti-money laundering and terrorist financing inter-governmental body that sets international standards aimed to prevent these illegal activities—on 25 June 2021 released a report indicating that Mauritius has “substantially completed” with anti-money laundering and terrorism financing reforms.

The next step is for FATF to conduct an onsite visit, after which a decision will be taken by the FATF (in October 2021) on the possible removal of Mauritius from the grey list.

Read a June 2021 report [PDF 137 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Mauritius 

 

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