Barbados Government Agency With No Staff Designed To Look Good & Receive U.S. Foreign Aid Funding?
Those curious folks over at Barbados Money Laundering Advisory have been doing a little digging into the Barbados Government Agency known as the Barbados Anti-Money Laundering Authority (AMLA).
Our own sources tell us that Barbados AMLA receives all kinds of funding from the United States Government for doing, well, anti-money laundering activities. AMLA has responsibility of supervising financial institutions, making it the principal supervisory entity in the fight against money laundering in Barbados.
But guess what friends? AMLA doesn’t pass the smell test for being a real and operational government entity!
Our bet… AMLA is nothing but a paper shell operating out of the Financial Intelligence Unit and is not a stand-alone organisation with independent staff as mandated and pretended by the Barbados Government.
Why would they pull off that fast one? For the U.S. aid money, of course!
Shhhhhh…. doan be tellin the US Embassy, Ok?
Barbados Money Laundering Advisory has all the research and facts in their well-written and quite disturbing story Does The Barbados Anti-Money Laundering Authority (AMLA) Really Exist?