Bank Melli Iran Mahmoud Reza Khavari

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Iranian-Canadian Mahmoud Reza Khavari was chairman of the board and managing director of Iran’s largest bank, the state-owned Bank Melli, until he resigned and fled the country for Toronto, Canada in 2011.

Prosecutors are seeking to question him and officials at several Iranian banks suspected of facilitating fraudulent rial and foreign currency banking payments totaling over $3 Billion USD.

BMI is owned and operated by the government of Iran and should follow the banking principles and practices described in the Islamic Banking law of Iran, only engaging in interest-free Islamic transactions.

Canada has no extradition treaty with Iran and they can not legally extradite individuals to countries that are likely to torture prisoners or impose death-penalty sentences.

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2 responses to “Bank Melli Iran Mahmoud Reza Khavari

  1. Mansour

    It’s interesting how the privacy of a big thief who has stolen billions of dollars is protected by the Mullahs. Meanwhile the protesters and ordinary people are tortured, raped and killed for protesting against the Mullahs and their corrupt regime.

  2. Farsi

    money changes everything

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