Islamabad: It emerged that Pakistan won a terror-financing case filed against the National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) in New York’s federal court. The Attorney General's Office confirmed on Tuesday that the plaintiff — Harold Brown Sr — withdrew their case against the NBP, thus allowing the national bank to win the case. AG Office sources also said that if the NBP had lost, Pakistan would have faced serious issues at the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).
On Monday, FIA officials reported that they have found no evidence of customer data being hacked during cyber attack on the National Bank. According to Arif Usmani, NBP President, hackers attacked NBP's Microsoft system last night but could not break into the main server of the Bank.