President's Summary of Outcomes from the Expert's meeting on Corruption, Paris, 13 October 2012
Paris, 13 October 2012
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) held, in collaboration with the G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group, its second Experts Meeting on Corruption on Saturday, 13 October 2012. The meeting was chaired by the President of the FATF, Mr Bjørn S. Aamo (Norway), and hosted by the World Bank. The FATF continues to emphasise the anti-corruption agenda, while avoiding duplication of the role of mandated anti-corruption bodies. Part of that work is focused on bringing together anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CFT) experts and anti-corruption (AC) experts for the purpose of discussing issues of mutual interest. The first FATF Experts Meeting was held in February 2011 under the Mexican FATF Presidency, and was the first international platform for exchanging views between operational-level AML/CFT and anti-corruption experts, policy makers from both developing and developed countries, and international standard setters and assessment/monitoring bodies.
The key objectives for this meeting were:
Click here to see the complete summary of outcomes of the meeting.