Four Arrested In Money Laundering Case
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In an interesting twist in the Public Prosecution’s investigation into the case involving Kuwait’s TMAS Company which has been accused of money laundering, Attorney General Dhe-rar Al-Asousi issued a protective order on the bank accounts of the company and its affiliates — TMAS Real Estate and Star Neighborhood Real Estate — and addressed the Central Bank in this regard, reports Al-Jaridah daily.

Al-Asousi decided to freeze the assets and accounts of one of the company’s officials — a Sudanese who was repatriated to Kuwait by the concerned authorities in the United Arab Emirates through the Interpol 10 days ago. The Interpol ordered his detention for 21 days, along with another company official — a Jordanian.



18 Nov, 2016 1437
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