Private sector forum on anti-laundering bill postponed

A Private Sector Commis-sion (PSC) forum which was to be held today on the fallout from the non-passage of the anti-money laundering law has been postponed

Earlier in April, PSC Chairman Ron Webster had told Stabroek News that fallout from thenon-passage of the AML/CFT (Amendment) Bill is affecting businesses in Guyana and a conference was set for today for the affected companies to ventilate their experiences.

Stabroek News has since been told by the PSC that the forum had to be postponed and an announcement will be made later on a new date.

 

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