Rapaport News reports in this article that Cecilia Gardner, President, the CEO and general counsel of the Jewelers Vigilance Committee will present to the World Bank on October 30 the U.S. jewelry industry’s response to government regulations that require the industry to develop and execute anti-money laundering programs.
Gardner will be addressing the World Bank for the second time and will speak in front of officials from approximately 16 third-world and developing nations and members of the International Monetary Fund.
Gardner, who is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist mentions:
“The U.S. government has asked the jewelry industry to be alert for red flags that may indicate possible money-laundering activities. I appreciate the opportunity to share the progress the U.S. jewelry industry has made in its response to anti-money laundering government regulations.”
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