This comes in support to the directions of the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) to combat money laundry operations.
Around 40 of Solidarity’s employees from various departments completed five workshops conducted by the Legal & Compliance Department with direct support from the HR Department. Ms. Mariam Al-Ameer, Senior Compliance Officer, and Salah Eldin Elbes, Training & Development Manager, focused on identifying the stages of money laundering, company and staff obligations and the reporting process.
Solidarity’s aim is to support the Kingdom’s efforts towards increasing awareness about the means to combat money laundering through emphasizing the major role played by the financial sector to strengthen Bahrain’s economy.
Commenting on the completion of the workshops, Mr. Ashraf Bseisu, General Manager at Solidarity, said: “On behalf of Solidarity’s executive management, I would like to congratulate those who successfully completed Solidarity’s Anti-Money Workshops. There is no doubt, that Anti-Money laundering is a major commitment towards our clients and the Central Bank of Bahrain. Therefore, we will make sure that all our employees are trained in accordance with the international business quality standards and the directions of the CBB.”
Mr. Bseisu also thanked the Solidarity Legal & Compliance Department headed by Mr. Waleed Hashim, Senior Manager – Legal & Compliance, for all of their efforts in this regard.
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