UAE, Bahrain and Nambia team up to tackle money laundering

Common framework will help nations share and analyse AML/CFT data

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The Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates has agreed to establish a common framework to share financial intelligence with its counterparts in Bahrain and Namibia.

In a statement published on January 29, the central bank announced it had signed a memorandum of understanding to improve co-operation with regard to tackling money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CFT).

“The MoU comes in line with the interest of the UAE in contributing effectively with the international community

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