Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited organised a workshop on ‘Trade Based Money Laundering and Compliance Issues’ at Islami Bank Tower in Dhaka on Saturday.
Md. Mahbub ul Alam, managing director and CEO of the Bank presided over the workshop. Md. Masud Biswas, executive director of the Bangladesh Bank and also head of Bangladesh Financial Intelligence Unit (BFIU) inaugurated the workshop.
Abu Reza Md. Yeahia, deputy managing director and chief anti money laundering compliance officer (CAMLCO) of the bank and Hasne Alam, deputy managing director and head of International Banking Wing spoke ar the programme as special guests, said a press release.
Dr. Mahmood Ahmed, executive vice president and also the director general of Islami Bank Training & Research Academy delivered welcome speech. Mohammad Shafiqul Imdad, joint director of Bangladesh Bank conducted session as resource person on Trade Based Money Laundering Reporting.
Md. Rafiqul Islam, senior vice president and deputy CAMLCO, A.G.M. Quamrul Islam, senior vice president, Md. Habibur Rahman, vice president and Mohammad Shahadat Hossain, senior assistant vice president were present on the occasion.
In-charges of Foreign Exchange Department of 60 Authorized Dealer (AD) Branches of the bank were present in the daylong workshop.
BD Post Business Desk