On 25 August, KPMG reported that the peer reviews released on 16 August were for the Cook Islands, Ecuador, Finland, Pakistan, Poland, Sint Maarten and Sweden. It reports on improvements made and those needed. Interestingly, it downgrades Finland (of all countries) due to deficiencies identified in respect of the definition of beneficial ownership and supervision activities intended to ensure the availability of adequate, accurate and up-to-date information. Meanwhile, the report on Portugal highlights significant improvement and upgrades Portugal’s overall rating from “Largely Compliant” to “Compliant”.
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