AML/CFT is a most effective instrument to maintain financial sector stability and transparent economy. Its implementation for the control of financial crimes, management of risks, maintenance of integrity and good governance in an institution and a country has come up with strategic values.

The roles of financial institutions with this regard is not only fundamental but prompting and non-substitutable.

The national efforts on AML/CFT cannot achieve expected results without participation of the financial sector. Besides, regulatory agencies are diverting their concentration over the regime with substantial attention. Financial and non-financial institutions have been boarded with heavy and wider responsibilities on AML.CFT with the expectation that such boarding help the governance directly.

Therefore, FITI in collocation with National Banking Institute Ltd (NBI), Nepal, successfully conducted 2 Days Training Program on Anti-Money Laundering and Combating for Financing of Terrorism.