See the list of countries that threaten the global financial system, according to the CVM

Charlie Taylor


The Brazilian Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM) this week presented a report produced in June where it exposes the list of countries considered threats to the global financial system, prepared by the Financial Action Group against Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism (GAFI/FATF). ).In order to address major deficiencies in their anti-money laundering, financing of terrorism and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction regimes, jurisdictions subject to intensified monitoring are actively collaborating with the FATF. This type of action taken places these countries under greater scrutiny and indicates that the nation has committed to rapidly addressing recognized strategic deficiencies within predetermined timeframes.

Check the complete list of countries monitored by the FATF

AlbaniaBarbadosBurkina FasoCambodiaCayman IslandsGibraltarHaitiJamaicaJordanMaliMoroccoMyanmarNicaraguaaPakistanPanamaPhilippinesSenegalSouth SudanSyriaTurkeyUgandaUnited Arab EmiratesYemenThe plenary meeting where this list was released took place in Berlin, capital of Germany, between June 14th and 17th. “The FATF urges these jurisdictions to complete the implementation of their action plans efficiently and within the proposed timeframes. FATF appreciates your commitment and will monitor your progress,” the report reads.

Gafi and cryptocurrencies

In June 2019, Gafi introduced the first global standards to address money laundering and terrorist financing risks with cryptocurrencies. The following month, the entity started to consider even more the criminal actions that involved the crypto market. Marconi Costa Melo said that one of the main concerns is about the anonymity of transactions.Looking for a secure broker that doesn’t freeze your withdrawals? At Bitcoin Market, you have security and control over your assets. Do like our 3.8 million customers and open your account now!\r\n window.uolads.push({id: \”banner-970×250-area-1\” });\r\n \r\n

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