Efforts to curb money laundering and combat terrorist financing have assumed a prominent position in the post 9/11 agendas of various countries. Pakistan which considerably influenced by both the problems is endeavouring to revamp its existing anti-money. This comparative study compares Pakistan’s anti-money laundering legislation with that of the region after a brief introduction of various anti money laundering regimes. The objective behind showcasing a regional comparative study is to facilitate an informed discourse on the issue in the Media, Business Community, Government as well as the Parliament. The Regional Comparative Study is authored by Mr. Mohammed Aun, Barrister at Law, covering comparisons from countries such as India, Argentina, British Virgin Islands, Indonesia, United Kingdom and Pakistan.