Doha talks anti-money laundering
The Middle East and North Africa Financial Action Task Force (MENA FATF) against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing began a three-day meeting on 14 May under the chairmanship of HE Deputy Governor of Qatar Central Bank and Chairman of the National Anti Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Committee Sheikh Fahad bin Faisal Al Thani.
The MENA FATF is reviewing periodic reports from 15 Arab and African countries on countering money laundering and terrorism financing.
The meeting brings together more than 45 officials from Finance Ministries, Central Banks and Financial Information Units of the participating countries. The Seventh Annual Report of the MENA FATF was published to coincide with the meeting.
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