Money laundering case: 7 crore rupees seized in 10 months

As per the BFIU’s report on Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing.

The central visitor was Fazle Kabir, Governor of Bangladesh Bank.

This is the most elevated beginning around 1998.
As per the class coordinated by BFIU, a monetary knowledge organization in the country, SNB has been unveiling data about the cash of people and associations in Swiss banks beginning around 2014 based on clear claims of tax evasion or debasement.

The country’s security strategy is the principal purpose for the premium of rich individuals all over the planet to keep their cash in Swiss banks. Banks are not legally necessary in Switzerland to unveil data to their clients. They would rather not have a clue about the wellspring of cash.

In the interim, BFIU has up to this point gathered data around 600 people and associations from various nations.