Businesses to air complaints on stalled anti-laundering bill fallout

– when PSC hosts forum next week

Private Sector Commission (PSC) Chairman Ron Webster says fallout from the non-passage of the AML/CFT (Amendment) Bill is affecting businesses in Guyana, and a conference is set for April 15 for the affected to ventilate their experiences.

He declined to name the businesses which have complained.

Since the bill was taken to the House last April, government Members of Parliament (MPs) urged its speedy passage and implementation, lest Guyana be saddled with business-crippling backlash. Finance Minister Ashni Singh and Legal Affairs Minister Anil Nandlall …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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