The Central Bank joins the XII Annual Meeting on Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing organized by the Argentine Foundation for the Study and Analysis on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing (Fundación Argentina para el Estudio y el Análisis sobre la Prevención del Lavado de Activos y Financiación del Terrorismo, FAPLA) to be held next Thursday, June 9.
In this meeting the relationship between organized crime and money laundering as well as the new challenges posed by the Financial Information Unit will be discussed.
Renowned participants will include:
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FAPLA was created in 2004 based on the interest of an interdisciplinary team of professionals with the purpose of promoting the analysis of the problems arising from the prevention and control of money laundering and terrorist financing. In its more than ten years of existence, it has become a leading NGO in the field. FAPLA does not receive state or private subsidies to fund its operation.
June 2, 2016