For the first time under the FATF’s new, open-ended mandate, representatives from the 205 members of the FATF Global Network, the IMF, UN, World Bank and others will meet for FATF Week in Orlando, Florida.
During six days of meetings, they will discuss a range of important issues, focused on protecting the integrity of the financial system and contributing to global safety and security. This includes further progress in the regulation of virtual assets, with strong support from the G20. FATF Week will conclude with Plenary, the third and last under the U.S. Presidency of Marshall Billingslea, from 19 June. U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Steven T. Mnuchin will end the Plenary with closing remarks on 21 June.
On the agenda during FATF Week, key issues include:
In addition, FATF will receive reports from organisations including the IMF, World Bank, United Nations, OECD, OSCE, Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units, CARIN, EBRD, ECB, Europol, GIFCS, IAIS, the 9 FATF-Style Regional Bodies and others.
The FATF President will be giving a press briefing on the outcomes of the FATF Plenary on Friday 21 June at 12:00. To register, journalists should write to firstname.lastname@example.org, with their name, media, job title and national press card number.
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