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Government and industry are joining forces to get Vanuatu off the gray line.
Vanuatu's exclusion from the gray line is a history of tough work, co-operation and co-operation between government and industry, says the Chairman of the Vanuatu Finance Centre Association. Mr St-Hilaire said it was a history of Vanuatu's efforts to achieve the highest levels of com-pliance.
"This will hopefully be an example of what can be done when there is a shared objective of shared willingness ( "led by all deputies, Prime Minister Charlot Salwai and Finance Minister Gaetan Pikioune) to work together with able and smart civil servants in the civil service for the good of the country", he said.
It said that the name of the register is properly known as the Non Cooperative and High Risks Jurisdiction Liste, but it has been blacklisted by global newspapers. The Mutual Valuation Repor t, which identified Vanuatu as uncooperative and risky, was published in September 2015 after an on-site tour in January 2015.
"Prior to this formal meeting, however, the Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering had already in November 2014 publicly declared Vanuatu's non-compliance with global standards," he said. "Vanuatu needed three and a half years of work to improve his playing and comply with today's global norms and demands.
"First of all, as Chairman of the Vanuatu Finance Centre Association, I must compliment the National AML&CTF Coordinating Commitee ('NCC') on its work and the results that have been attained. "I would like to stress the important role played by Floyd Mera (Vanuatu Financial Intelligence Unit) and Johnson Naviti (Office of the Prime Minister) in the work of the Group.
St-Hilaire said that Vanuatu's laws on these issues were outmoded. "The Vanuatu deputies and officials have worked together to reinforce lawmaking to comply with the rules of the world and best practices," he said. Said the deployment and operation was effectively administered by the competent Vanuatu bodies - the Financial Intelligence Unit, the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission, the Reserve Bank of Vanuatu and the Vanuatu Police Force.
"That does not mean that Vanuatu will not be under close observation; the global tendency is to be transparent, open and subject to periodic regulatory controls," he said. "There will be a continuation of this tendency, and dealing with the banking and multinational transaction sectors will not become simpler from the point of view of regulatory com-pliance. St-Hilaire said it could mean that Vanuatu will be attracting new FDI from people and companies who previously considered Vanuatu a high-risk investing area due to its gray listed position.
In every assessment, he said that the FTAF/African Partnership Forum raises the benchmark as the global environment develops and regulatory and regulatory requirements change. "On a personal level, I sincerely trust that the NCC and the participating bodies will maintain the dynamic with the backing of all MEPs and continue to drive our present funding system forward," he said.
"Let us strive to automate and modernise existing information gathering and related analytics solutions. "Vanuatu should use advanced technology and artifical brainpower to make sure that it is always one step ahead of the demands and tendencies of the coming years.