By Sami Zaptia.
London, 6 October 2020:
On his personal account, Fathi Bashagha, the Interior Minister of Libya’s internationally recognized government in Tripoli, announced that his ministry had signed an MoU with international firm K2 Intelligence.
Bashagha said the MoU was for financial integrity and combating financial terrorism. He said the agreement would ‘‘prioritize the drawing up of a national strategy to combat money laundering, tracking its networks and creating a well-equipped department in his ministry to fulfil these duties’’.
Bashagha said the ‘‘partnership will help track financial crimes in and out of Libya and guarantee the establishment of secured information exchange systems. He added that this comes within his ministry’s policy framework to encounter corruption and build a solid ground for different sectors to implement their jobs perfectly’’.
K2 Intelligence, describes itself as ‘‘an industry-leading investigative, compliance, and cyber defense services firm founded in 2009 by Jeremy M. Kroll and Jules B. Kroll, who is credited with originating the modern corporate investigations industry.’’
Headquartered in New York and London, it also has offices in Washington DC, Geneva, Los Angeles, and Chicago.