No sign anti-laundering unit tracking Roger Khan’s assets

Jamaica is making strides with regard to investigations into the actions of money launderers and the seizing of assets garnered through money laundering, while the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) in Guyana continues to be deficient in these areas and there is no word on a search for the assets of convicted drug lord Roger Khan.

According to a news report in the April 28 edition of the Jamaica Gleaner, the “Financial Investigations Division (FID) (established in 2002) is now holding on to property and other assets valued at J$1.23 billion, which it believes were acquired through the ill-gotten wealth of criminals over the last six years.”

An April 27 report in same newspaper suggests that J$33 million of the amount was found in …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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