YGEA to commence 26th gold training course FOC on 1 July

Yangon Region Gold Entrepreneurs Association (YGEA) will offer gold training free of charge at its office at No 42/50 on Shwebontha Street, Pabedan Township between 1 and 10 July.
Additionally, an awareness course (7th Batch) on anti-money laundering and combating the financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) will be provided as well.
The respective experts will share education and knowledge about gold mining, gold refining, gold trading, opening gold shops and refineries, gold mortgage, gold rate calculation, gold/silver coins and jewellery.
Those enthusiastic can take out enrollment forms free of charge at the office of the association. As the number of trainees is limited, they can contact YGEA’s contact numbers 09 450049282 and 09 251992727 for further details.
The precious metal dealers’ licences can be sought only with the completion certificate of the AML/CFT course, under Chapter 2 Section 3 (G) of the directive 2/2022 issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs’ Central Body on Anti-Money Laundering.
The YGEA handed over 21 applications for precious metal dealers’ licences to the registration board in Pabedan, Lanmadaw and Latha townships on 1 April.
U Myo Myint, chair of the YGEA, handed over 21 applications for precious metal dealers’ licences to the authorities concerned from the General Administration Department and the respective registration boards of Lanmadaw (1 application), Latha (1 application), Pabedan (19 applications). — NN/EM

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