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Ex-AB Bank boss, 2others held for money laundering

26 January 2018 bdnews24.com


The Anti-Corruption Commission has arrested former AB Bank chairman Wahidul Haque over his suspected involvement in laundering Tk 1.65 billion.
Former AB Bank official Abu Hena Mostafa Kamal and Saiful Haque, a client of the bank, were also arrested on the same charges, said Pranab Bhattacharya, a spokesman for the graft watchdog.
According to ACC, the bank officials were allegedly involved in money laundering by setting up an offshore company in Singapore.
The laundered figure is Tk 1.65 billion that was transferred to a Dubai-based company PGF, it said.

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