Suriname courts convict second former governor


A Surinamese court has convicted Robert-Gray van Trikt, governor of the central bank from 2019 to 2020, of money laundering and corruption-related charges. The court sentenced van Trikt to eight years imprisonment on January 31, and a fine of S$500,000 (US$23,900).

The court also convicted and sentenced Ashween Angnoe, a partner in van Trikt’s former accountancy firm, Orion Assurance and Advisory; Faranaaz Alibaks-Hausil, the head of the central bank’s legal department; and Ginmardo Kromosoeto

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