Finance Bank re-opening in Malawi hangs in balance due to past money laundering record

From Face of Malawi Thu Nov 22 2012, 03:11:00

In May this year, Finance Bank Zambia owner Rajan Mahtani announced that he will re-open his branches in Malawi which were closed due to money laundering activities and other criminal activities. Mahtani also announced that he met then newly president of the country Joyce Banda to discuss the opening of his bank. Normal and clean [...]

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