During this meeting, the countries in the Caribbean region met to discuss the work done to keep the financial systems free of money laundering and terrorism financing.
Last month the CFATF evaluated the integrity of Aruba’s financial system, and the government is now awaiting the results of this assessment.
Aruba will receive the first draft of the report soon. The government hopes that the report will be evaluated during the Plenary meeting of May 2022.
Since the establishment of the CFATF in 1990, Aruba has been actively involved with this regional organization. During the past years, Aruba was the representative of the Dutch-speaking countries in the CFATF Steering Group.