On the radar investing in national savings schemes
On the radar investing in national savings schemes|The Finance Ministry has issued a draft law in this regard, sources said, adding that the law will help the money laundering and terror financing operations in the savings scheme. According to the law, the company will seek assistance from NADRA to test its 4 million subscribers nationally. Under the law, the UNSC list has also been instructed to identify suspects. According to the conditions set by the Financial Action Task Force FATF, investors will be examined where the investor’s capital came from. In this regard, it is important to know how the financial monitoring unit is paid. Investors in national savings have to give their full information. The national identity card must also be submitted in the document, while investors abroad will also have to give passports and CNIC outsources. Investors will also have to provide the current residential address, contact number, and e-mail address. In case of any business, registration of the company, NTN number will be provided. Investors should also provide information about their source income, total investment assets. Will be.