Financial Transparency Laws in Mexico: How They Impact Civil Society and Non-Profit Organizations

This short desk review is one of five such reviews performed in the context of a regional research program led by the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL). Their purpose is to provide non-profit organizations (NPOs) and interested parties in the civil, government, academic, private, and other sectors with relevant data and analyses about anti-money laundering and counter terrorist-financing (AML/CTF) legal standards inspired by both the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and the Financial Action Task Force of Latin America (GAFILAT), and about FATF evaluations related to those standards.  ICNL hopes that these desk reviews will inform dialogues about the degree to which the laws and procedures in each country conform with both the right to freedom of association and FATF standards related to NPOs, as set forth in FATF’s recently amended Recommendation 8 and its Interpretive Note (IN).

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