• Transparency International: G20 Again Failed on Anti-corruption Agenda

    The G20 leaders who convened in Bali earlier this weekagreed on a number of points including condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, addressing food insecurity and adopting measures to mitigate the climate crisis but not on how to fight kleptocracy and transnational corruption, Transparency International’ told OCCRP on Wednesday.

  • G20 Leaders Agree to Follow FATF’s Anti-Money Laundering Measures

    Leaders of the G20 reiterated their commitment to following anti-money laundering policy measures recommended by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), which stressed their importance amidst the COVID-19 pandemic at a summit over the weekend hosted by the Saudi presidency. 

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