Saudi Arabia’s Al-Mubarak tackles money laundering


Fahad Bin Abdullah Al-Mubarak, governor of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency and chairman of the Anti-Money Laundering Permanent Committee, spoke at the end of April about combating financial crime.

Opening the 51st Plenary Meeting of Middle East & North Africa Financial Action Task Force, he said preventing money laundering crimes and countering terrorism financing were "among the priorities that the international society is seeking to achieve to protect the global financial system and counter

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