Financial Intelligence Unit advertises for legal advisers, analysts

The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), meant to be the nub of the battle against money laundering, has advertised for legal advisers and financial analysts.

An advertisement appearing in yesterday’s Kaieteur News said that the main responsibility of the legal adviser would be to provide advice to the FIU in relation to anti-money laundering legislation, assist in the drafting of legal and regulatory documents and to oversee the obligations of reporting entities.

The financial analysts would be required to examine all financial information received by the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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