• 11 August 2018 - 15:58
  • News Code: 89770
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Head of Foreign Investment Center at Tehran Chamber of Commerce stressed that FATF group is looking for implementing regulations to enhance transparency.

Talking to ibena's reporter, Faryal Mostofi said the essential step for Iran to join Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF) is that Iranian banks should enforce some regulations regarding money laundering and terrorism financing.

She went on to say that European countries and even China emphasize that despite Joint Comprehensive Plan Of Action (JCPOA) they can't work with Iranian banks. Hence it is necessary that Iran observes FAFT regulations and being excluded from the black list of this group.

The official made the remarks that FATF regulations don't pave the path for revealing banking information to somewhere, but bring transparency. regarding some people and activists' attitude that FATF regulations cause Iran's banking and financial information leaking to other countries she mentioned it's a wrong interpretation.

Mostofi highlighted that Iran never pursues money laundering and terrorism financing and following FATF regulations don't mean to give our information to Saudi Arabia or USA.

It is worth mentioning that ibena is an only specialized news agency in banking and economy areas, which is affiliated to the Central Bank of Iran.


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