By :by admin »time \ history: 12:49:03 || May 18, 2017
Set up Rivers Center for Strategic Studies yesterday specialized workshop entitled (anti-money laundering prevent the financing of terrorism), and it was the goals of this workshop is to discuss the crime of money laundering and the financing of terrorism and the statement of the measures adopted by the government and the concerned authorities in the Central Bank and the Iraqi banking sector in the face and see the the most important international experiences in this field have been judges, security experts and economists and bankers contributed to the submission of papers looking at the reasons for the spread of this crime, which led to the damage of the Iraqi economy and propose solutions to reduce them.
The co-researchers from the National Security Chancellery Iraqi universities and the Iraqi Council of Business and the Iraqi Institute for Economic Reform and the Association of Iraqi private banks in the workshop discussions and to reach specific recommendations.
He said economic adviser to the banking and the Association of Private Banks Samir Nasiri who participated in this workshop for ((news agency reported the country's international day)), that the "anti-money laundering national task must contribute to the competent government agencies led by the Central Bank of Iraq and the contribution of the competent government authorities and the banking sector through your commitment to the application of the Central Bank instructions in this area and the Association of banks educate and train workers in the departments combating money laundering and the financing of terrorism and is Matqom at the present time. "
He Alnasiri, that "Iraq is moving in the right direction in establishing a private system, so it regulates its anti-money laundering No. 39 of the Law for the year 2015 and supervised by the Board of combating money laundering and the financing of terrorism, headed by the Governor of the Central Bank and the concerned authorities to follow up the reduction of this serious economic crime."
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