Money Laundering Congress in Panama

Authorities from the hemisphere will discuss methods of preventing money laundering in financial institutions.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Experts from Costa Rica, the United States, Colombia and other Latin American countries are participating in the congress organized by the Banking Association and the Commission for the Prevention of Money Laundering, which will run until Friday.

Some of the topics to be presented at the congress include: treatment of sensitive corporate customer transactions, as well as the new law on accountancy treatment for foreign entities (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, FATCA) approved by the United States, and which banks who transact with entities in that country must comply with.
An article in notes: "preventing crime in business, and what legal criteria must be adhered to, are the topics that will be presented by Juan Pablo Rodriguez Cardenas, a criminal lawyer and chairman of RICS Management".

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