On 6th July, FATF released draft guidance and asked for responses from private sector stakeholders by 17th August. The draft guidance contains a section on Guidance for the private sector. Specific comments is asked for on whether this section provides sufficient clarity for the design and implementation of risk-based AML/CFT measures by life insurers and life intermediaries, and any additional suggestions, are welcomed. The draft guidance also includes examples of risk factors relevant for the ML/TF risk assessments of insurance entities and comments and additions to this would also be welcomed. FATF intends to adopt the final Guidance at its October 2018 Plenary meeting.