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Bangladesh Bank (BB) governor Fazle Kabir on Sunday asked the concerned authorities and high officials of banks to be alert
against cyber crime and cryptocurrency transactions for maintaining stability in financial sector.
“The central bank and the Bangladesh Financial Intelligent Units (BFIU) are working together to prevent all types of crimes which are happing in banking sector through the mobile financial services,” he said while speaking at a conference on money laundering and terror financing at a city hotel, reports BSS.
In association with the Association of Bankers, Bangladesh (ABB) and Anti- Money Laundering Compliance Officers of Banks in Bangladesh (AACOBB), BFIU organised the conference for managing directors or chief executive officers of banks.
BB deputy governor and BFIU head Abu Hena Mohd Razee Hassan and BFIU General Manager ABM Zahurul Huda were, among others, present.
Fazle Kabir said BB is working to make business easy in the country through developing the private sector as it can play a vital role to cut poverty and inequality.
“The central bank is working to ensure the proper use of resources through ensuring transparency and integrity in the financial sector,” he added.
The BB governor stressed ensuring transparency in all sectors to build the country as a developed one.