Financial services laws of Ghana
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Financial services laws of Ghana stakeholders handbook by Kwaku Addeah

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Published by Waterville Pub. House in [Accra] .
Written in English

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 349-350) and index.

StatementKwaku Addeah
The Physical Object
Paginationxlv, 357 p. :
Number of Pages357
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24424916M
ISBN 109964502974
LC Control Number2010305481

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OF GHANA ENTITLED ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING ACT, AN ACT to prohibit money laundering, establish a Financial Intelligence Centre and to provide for related matters. DATE OF ASSENT: 22nd January, ENACTED by the President and Parliament: Money laundering Money laundering 1. (1) A person commits an offence of money laundering if the person knows or. Ministry of Finance Finance Drive, Accra. P. O. Box M40, Accra - Ghana GA + [email protected] The Bank of Ghana (the Bank), being satisfied that in public interest, and for the purpose of securing and promoting the proper functioning of the non-bank financial institutions licensed by it under Section 4(1) of the FINB Law , it isFile Size: KB. The Ghana provides information in the future Provides essential insights into the current legal issues, readers with expert analysis of legal, economic and policy developments with the world's leading lawyers.

The Ghana School of Law Library aims at bringing library services to the point of users need. The Library houses one of the country's finest collections of printed legal materials, secondary legal resources and provides access to online services and free internet sources. UNIVERSITY OF GHANA FINANCIAL REGULATIONS AND GOVERNANCE UNIVERSITY OF GHANA FINANCIAL REGULATIONS AND GOVERNANCE CONTENTS PAGE FOREWORD 6 GENERAL PROVISIONS 7 Introduction 7 Status of Financial Regulations 8 Approvals and Amendments 8 6 FINANCIAL GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE 9 University Council 9 Vice-Chancellor 10 . Laws applicable to the operation of business in Ghana conform to international standards and best practice. These laws are based on a framework of legislation relating to business activity, copyrights, patents, trademarks, disputes and labour relations. Capital markets in Ghana. The Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) was set up on the 26 of November and has laid down rules and regulations for companies seeking to be listed on the Exchange. The GSE operates under the rules and regulations of the Securities Industry Law (PNDCL ) as amended. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) sets rules and laws to create level .

An entity seeking Bank of Ghana’s approval to issue e-money is required to have a minimum capital of GH¢ million. International Remittances DEMIs were granted approval under the EMI Guidelines and other relevant laws, to partner with banks to offer inward remittance services. Customers of . 2. Financial Duties of a Head of Department 9 3. Accounting Manual 9 4. Departmental Accounting Instructions 9 5. Delegation of Financial Duties by Heads of Departments 10 6. Conformity with Law and Financial Regulations 10 7. Duty to Report Unsatisfactory Application of Regulations 10 8. Financial Discipline 10 9. Public Funds 11 SOURCES OF LAW The Constitution Acts of Parliament Subsidiary Legislation Existing laws (All laws existing prior to Constitution) Common law of Ghana (i.e. English Common Law, English doctrines of Equity, & Customary Law) 4 Chamber of ParliamentMissing: Financial services. LAWS OF GHANA MARRIAGES ACT, CAP. ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS PART ONE Customary Marriages Registration of Marriage 1. Registration of customary marriage. 2. Application for registration. 3. Statutory declaration. 4. Registrar to register customary marriage. 5. Objection to registration of customary marriage. Registration of Divorce g: Financial services.