The FATF has identified jurisdictions with strategic deficiencies in their frameworks to combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism and proliferation: jurisdictions for which an FATF call for action applies and other monitored jurisdictions.
To support financial innovation that is resiliant to money laundering and terrorist financing, the FATF has launched a new platform to share initiatives and developments for the benefit of governments and the private sector more broadly: FATF FinTech and RegTech Initiative
Combatting terrorist financing is top priority for the FATF, and a key part of the FATF’s objectives in strengthening financial sector integrity and contributing to safety and security. FATF's focus on terrorist financing
The FATF Recommendations, the international anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism and proliferation (AML/CFT) standards, and the FATF Methodology to assess the effectiveness of AML/CFT systems.
- FATF Recommendations 2012
- Methodology 2013
- Procedures for the FATF Fourth Round of AML/CFT Mutual Evaluations