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Mohammad Ziaul Hasan Molla And Chowdhury Moinul Islam Elected As Chairman And General Secretary of AACOBB

Mohammad Ziaul Hasan Molla And Chowdhury Moinul Islam Elected As Chairman And General Secretary of AACOBB

The new executive committee (15 members) of the Association of Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Officers of Banks in Bangladesh (AACOBB) for 2022-2023 has been elected unanimously at the CAMLCO Conference held in Cox’s Bazar recently. As a result, Mr. Mohammad Ziaul Hasan Molla, Deputy Managing Director of Bank Asia Limited, and Mr. Chowdhury Moinul Islam, Deputy Managing Director of BRAC Bank Limited, have been elected as Chairman and General Secretary, respectively.

Other elected office-bearers of the committee are Mr. Md. Mustafa Khair, Additional Managing Director, First Security Islami Bank Limited–Vice Chairman-1; Mr. Syed Faridul Islam, Additional Managing Director, United Commercial Bank Limited–Vice Chairman-2; Ms. Maksuda Khanam, Deputy Managing Director, EXIM Bank Bangladesh Limited—treasurer; Mr. Mohammad Ali, Additional Managing Director, Pubali Bank Limited–Joint Secretary-1; and Ms. Sharon Dsouza, Chief Compliance Officer of HSBC–Joint Secretary-2.

Following eight executive committee members were elected-CAMLCO of Rupali Bank Limited, National Bank Limited, Shimanto Bank Limited, Jamuna Bank Limited, The City Bank Limited, Agrani Bank Limited, Al-Arafah Islami Bank Limited, and Habib Bank Limited. The Association of Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Officers of Banks in Bangladesh (AACOBB) has been working for the last few years intending to ensure the implementation of rules and directives issued by the Bangladesh Financial Intelligence Unit (BFIU) and related laws/ordinances for the prevention of money laundering & terrorist financing and also to build awareness among the officials of Banks and the overall community of the country.

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