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AMLO is verifying reports of four Thai banks’ alleged role

Thailand’s Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO) is in the process of verifying a report, by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), that four Thai banks have been involved in suspicious financial transactions, worth about 41.31 billion baht, over nearly two decades. Responding to the ICIJ report, AMLO Acting Secretary-General Pol Maj-Gen Preecha Charoensahayanont said today […]Read More

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17 Chinese Arrested in Chon Buri over Illegal Money Transactions

BANGKOK, Sept 12 (TNA) – Seventeen Chinese nationals have been arrested in Thailand for allegedly conducting illegal money transactions for online casinos in China. The suspects operated the illegal service out of a condominium in Chon Buri province, said Immigration Bureau chief Pol Lt General Sompong Chingduang in a press briefing on Thursday. Full story: […]Read More

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Banking Coming Next Month to Every 7-Eleven

BANGKOK — Twenty-million bank customers will be able to make basic transactions at all 7-Eleven stores when a pilot banking program launches next month. Government Savings Bank customers will be the first able to deposit and withdraw funds at more than 13,000 convenience stores across country starting Oct. 31, the bank announced Tuesday. Full story: […]Read More

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CMPO to freeze financial transactions of of PDRC financial backers

BANGKOK, 5 February 2014 (NNT) – The Center for Maintaining Peace and Order is preparing to freeze financial activities of major supporters of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) movement. CMPO secretary-general Tarit Pengdith said the agency has assigned the Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO) to press charges against financial backers of the PDRC. Other agencies […]Read More

Technology

Dtac files lawsuit against CAT Telecom on CAT-True Group deal

Total Access Communication Plc (Dtac) today files a complaint with the Central Administrative Court against CAT Telecom’s board of directors and CAT Telecom, to seek judicial review of the legality of the agreements between CAT and True Group on joint investment on CDMA and HSPA services. Dtac also petitions the court to issue an injunction […]Read More

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Thai domestic ATM fees to be reduced this month

BANGKOK, 22 March 2011 (NNT) – All commercial banks will be able to adjust their ATM related service fees down by the end of this month as they have agreed in their meeting late last year, according to the Bank of Thailand (BoT). BoT Deputy Governor for Financial Institutions Stability Krirk Vanikkul stated that the […]Read More

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Thailand: ATM transfers to gangsters ‘can be cancelled’

Thirty-nine financial institutions agreed yesterday to let customers duped into wiring money to gangsters via ATMs to contact their call centres to cancel the transfers. Seehanat Prayoonrat, chief of the Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO), said after meeting with the institutions’ representatives that the victims often realised they were fooled right after they had transferred the […]Read More

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Lawyers for ex-Thai leader Thaksin denies his family funded Red

BANGKOK – Lawyers for the family of ex-leader Thaksin Shinawatra met with investigators in Thailand on Tuesday and denied accusations of having financed the recent anti-government protests that sparked bloody clashes with security forces. Thaksin, his ex-wife Pojaman, and two of their three grown children are among 83 people and companies suspected by the government […]Read More