AML Courses at Bank Melli
AML Courses at Bank Melli

AML Courses at Bank Melli

AML Courses at Bank Melli

Bank Melli Iran, the nation’s biggest lender, is ramping up efforts to teach anti-money laundering principles to its staff. “A total of 1,200 Bank Melli staff members have completed full online courses on standards devised by the Financial Action Task Force on combating money laundering,” a member of BMI’s board of directors was quoted as saying by the official news website of the bank. Gholamreza Panahi added that all BMI workers will soon undergo similar courses and supplementary courses are to be held in the foreseeable future. Panahi said staff members, who complete the courses, will acquire a certificate that will be necessary for their continued presence in the bank. “Two courses on foreign exchange and rial affairs are being designed, which will be held soon,” he said.


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