Dubai-based gold trader named in reports filed with US Treasury's FinCEN
Tuesday, 22 September 2020
Dubai-based gold traders and refiners Kaloti Jewellery Group’s dealings with three Indian companies have figured in several transactions red-flagged by banks to US Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). The combined amount involved in transactions through three international banks involved billions of dollars, according to information obtained by US news portal BuzzFeed. Met Trade India, now renamed as Metenere Ltd, Jai Gurudev Industries & Warehousing, one of the companies of Mumbai-based Rajsi Group, Chennai-based Surana Corporation are the Indian...
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