Iranian Banks Told to Enforce AML Rules Diligently

November 16, 2020
banking

T he governor of the Central Bank of Iran Abdolnasser Hemmati again instructed the CEOs of banks and credit institutions on Thursday to enforce anti-money laundering rules with extra diligence.

In a meeting with senior bankers Hemmati stressed the need and significance of robust AML rules to avoid potential abuse, mainly by dealers and speculators in the chaotic foreign exchange market.

'Combating money-laundering must be pursued with rigor along with full transparency in the banking system,' he was quoted as saying by the CBI's public relation office.

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