Chiranjibi Nepal: Closing remarks - 21st Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering Plenary Meeting

Closing remarks by Dr Chiranjibi Nepal, Governor of the Central Bank of Nepal (Nepal Rastra Bank), at the 21st Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG) Plenary Meeting, Kathmandu, 27 July 2018.

The views expressed in this speech are those of the speaker and not the view of the BIS.

Central bank speech  | 
31 August 2018

Distinguished APG Co-Chairs, Executive Secretary and Officials of APG,

FATF Senior Officials, Distinguished Delegates, NCC members and Secretaries,

Nepalese officials, Media representatives, Ladies and Gentlemen,

Very good afternoon!

1. I am privileged to speak at conclusion of this 21st APG Plenary Meetings running for a week. I am indeed honored to be with you at this august gathering with a brief closing remarks.

2. It is an immense pleasure for Nepal to host this Meeting and Plenary. I am very much delighted with the APG and its members, FATF, the observers, and international institutions for the opportunity extended to us to host this occasion in Kathmandu.