Senior bankers at a programme here directed officials concerned to strictly prevent money laundering and terrorist financing to further strengthen national economy.
They said some people and quarters become involved in money laundering for smuggling of different contraband goods, including drugs and narcotics substances, human trafficking, corruptions and other anti-social activities.
They came up with the view at a workshop styled ‘Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Risk Compliance’ organised by Anti-Money Laundering Division of Jamuna Bank Limited (JBL) yesterday at ASOD Training Centre in the city.
Deputy Managing Director and Chief Anti Money Laundering Compliance Officer of Jamuna Bank Limited AKM Saifuddin Ahmed attended the event as the chief guest.
The chief guest called upon officials to adopt different measures, techniques and existing rules to resist these menaces for accelerating national development.
Head of the Anti-Money Laundering Division and AVP of Jamuna Bank Limited Saleh Kabir Chowdhury addressed the workshop as special guest.
Vice-President of Jamuna Bank Limited, Rajshahi zonal head and its Branch Manager Md Manjurul Ahsan Shah presided over the workshop participated by field level officials from all six branches of the Bank of Rangpur Region.
The senior bankers discussed about strategies for money laundering
prevention, internal control and compliance, foreign remittance, ethical banking, credit risk management and other related issues, reports BSS from Rangpur.