usa-cubaHAVANA TIMES — Representatives of Cuba and US met in Havana on Thursday and Friday to discuss cooperation in fighting money laundering.

According to the US Embassy, “The representatives discussed money laundering methods, reporting by financial institutions, and compared experiences on partnering and sharing information with private and government entities, such as money service businesses, financial intelligence units, and financial institutions.”

Future meetings are planned “to exchange information and best practices relating to the detection and investigation of money laundering activities.”

The technical meeting concluded three days before a high level delegation of negotiators meet in Havana to advance the normalization of relations between the two countries.

 

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