Central Bank of Kenya cracks down on crime


The Central Bank of Kenya made "significant progress" in beefing up the country's defences against money laundering and the financing of terrorism in 2012, according to its annual report on bank supervision.

Its governor, Njuguna Ndung'u, highlighted developments in Kenya's legal and regulatory framework, and the opening of the Financial Reporting Centre (FRC) – the country's financial intelligence unit responsible for receiving and analysing suspicious transaction reports from institutions.


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