X

Accessibility Settings

Select Your Theme

MINISTRY OF INTERIOR’S AML COURSE WITH SPANISH COUNTERPART CONCLUDES

Page last updated: April 19, 2021
The national anti-money laundering course came to a close on Thursday night in Dubai. The week-long course was organized by the UAE Ministry of Interior in cooperation with the Spanish Ministry of Interior, with the participation of representatives from the Ministry of Justice, the UAE Central Bank, and the Federal Customs Authority.

The course’s closing was attended by His Excellency Antonio lvarez Barthe, the Spanish Ambassador to the UAE; Brig. Gen. Abdulaziz Al Ahmad, Deputy Director General of the Federal Criminal Police at the Ministry of Interior and Chairman of the Subcommittee on Money Laundering Crimes Investigations in the UAE; and a number of the Ministry’s officers.

During the course, a number of specialized topics related to money laundering crimes and international regulations and laws on money laundering were discussed. The course also featured real-life issues and practical experiences drawn from joint international operations that have been carried out to combat money laundering crimes.

The course comes as part of the continuous cooperation between the UAE and the Kingdom of Spain in police work and the exchange of best practices and experiences put in place in the two countries.
Number of hits : 271

Comments 0

*
1000 characters left


Submit

Back
Video Motion Indicator
Video Motion Indicator
Disclaimer: This is a motion detector feature; it will record your face emotions.
Note: Recordings won’t be saved or shared

Kindly make sure that web camera is connected and allowed to use on this website.