FATF Consolidated assessment ratings on 205 jurisdictions @ 20 FEB 2023
FATF and FSRBs conduct peer reviews on an ongoing basis to assess how effectively their respective members' AML/CFT measures work in practice and how well they have implemented the technical requirements of the FATF Recommendations.
Through its nine FATF-Style Regional Bodies (FSRBs), the FATF brings together a global network of 205 jurisdictions that have each committed, at the highest political level, to implementing the FATF Recommendations.
FATF has produced a table that provides an up-to-date overview of the ratings that assessed countries obtained for effectiveness and technical compliance (last updated on 20 February 2023) – the table is here in PDF or EXCEL
- Consolidated ratings - xlsx format
- Consolidated table of assessment ratings - pdf format
The tables should be read in conjunction with the detailed mutual evaluation reports, which are available on this website.
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