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Crown Prince to Grace Arab Forum of Anti-Corruption Agencies on May 15 in Riyadh

Saudi Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salman will patronize the Arab Forum of Anti-Corruption Agencies and Financial Intelligence Units in Riyadh on May 15-16.

Around 600 experts and 75 speakers from 25 countries and a dozen organizations from within the Kingdom and abroad will participate in the forum, to be organized by the Presidency of State Security and the Oversight and Anti-Corruption Authority (Nazaha). The forum would include workshops, special meetings, and the launch of a number of initiatives and signing of agreements.

The speakers and participants include those from financial intelligence units, anti-corruption bodies, government agencies, and international organizations, in addition to local and international experts, and officials of international academic institutions. The forum will focus on building future-ready capabilities and enhancing cooperation between stakeholders that together combat financial crime, money laundering and terrorist financing in the Middle East and North Africa regions.

The forum will be a strategic action-focused gathering, designed to establish a clear path to impactful collaboration between Saudi Arabian agencies, counterpart organizations, and regional as well as international bodies in the fight against financial crime. It is designed to spearhead the adaptation and preparedness of institutions for future challenges, and it serves not only as a forum for dialogue but also as a platform for initiating concrete initiatives and outcomes.


Saudi Gazette

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