Money laundering in Morocco is a continuous problem. FATF includes the country among high-risk third-countries because of the lack of a comprehensive AML/CFT regime.
Don’t risk your business.
Vietnam's increased integration into the regional and global economies has provided a huge opportunity for international money laundering offenses for the past several years.
The Bahamas, a wealthy Caribbean nation, strengthened AML measures after being on the FATF's grey list.
Latvia is a country in North Europe with strong AML Regulations companies running business in Latvia should comply with.
Uruguay has long been regarded as a regional financial center, receiving significant cash and investments from outside, mostly from neighboring nations.
According to the FATF, Norway is one of the countries that has taken some promising initiatives to combat money laundering and terrorist financing.
One of the world's most centrally planned and least open economies, North Korea is plagued by persistent economic difficulties and is subject to international sanctions.
Pakistan accepted the Anti-money Laundering Act, National Accountability Ordinance, and The Narcotic Substances Control Act for preventing money laundering.
Although Nigeria has taken a number of initiatives to enhance its Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Framework, money laundering remains a major issue in the country.