Qatar to enact anti-money laundering rules soon

The deputy governor of the central bank of Qatar has said anti-money laundering laws will be issued in the near future. The Law aims to establish a legislative framework for the policies and regulations to be adopted for combating money laundering in Qatar.

Source: Mena FN

Sheikh Fahad bin Faisal Al Thani, Deputy Governor of Qatar Central Bank yesterday said the executive regulations of Law No 28 for 2002 on anti-money laundering are to be issued in the near future.

The Law aims at establishing

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