Angola: Protocol On Combat to Money Laundering Signed

Luanda — A protocol of cooperation and sharing of information was on Friday here signed between the Market Capital Commission (CMC) and the Financial Information Unit, aimed at implementing policies and measures of combating money laundering and terrorism funding.

ANGOP leant this Saturday that the agreement is a mechanism of transmission and implementation of information requests and mutual assistance.

The document refers that the signing of the protocol fits to the demands of the Presidential Decree nº 35/11, of February 15, which stresses the prevention and analysis of money laundering suspected operations.

The CEO of CMC, Archer Mangueira and the director of the Financial Information Unit, Francisca Massango de Brito, signed the protocol.

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