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workshop on Bilateral Remittance Corridor Studies

18 April, 2011

De NVGTK is uitgenodigd deel te nemen aan de workshop on Bilateral Remittance Corridor Studies, “Sending Remittances from the Netherlands: Facilitating Efficient, Secure and Formal Flows”. De workshop wordt georganiseerd door het ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken en heeft de volgende doelstelling:

The purpose of the workshop is to follow up on the set of
recommendations made in “the Netherlands-Afghanistan Remittance Corridor Study” report published in March 2010 in, “the Netherlands-Morocco Remittance Corridor Study” report published in October 2006 and the “the Netherlands-Suriname Remittance Corridor Study” report published in
September 2006. The recommendations in the report were made with a view to facilitating efficient, secure, safe, and formal remittance transfers from the Netherlands to Afghanistan, Morocco and Suriname.

Actueel

Global Money .. October 2017

The *Global Money Transfer Summit*, the most recognised conference in the remittance industry, will take place on the 10 - 11 October 2017 at the Banking Hall, London. As member of the NVGTK you can get a discount for this event. Go to the member area and find out what your advantage is.

10 October, 2017

FATF Guidance..er Companies.

The FATF published a new guidance for Money Transfer Services. You can find the new guidance here: "FATF Guidance":http://www.fatf-gafi.org/publications/fatfrecommendations/documents/rba-money-or-value-transfer.html. We are happy to see that the guidance includes a section about banks’ risk-based approach to MVTS providers and that the FATF referred to our code of conduct as an example of a private sector practice in application of RBA.

24 February, 2016

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