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Vicente S. Aquino

Executive Director

Aladdin Mantle Lamp Company

HQ Phone:  (931) 647-4949

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Aladdin Mantle Lamp Company

681 International Blvd.

Clarksville, Tennessee,37040

United States

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Official Site -The Aladdin Mantle Lamp Company offers the world's finest non electric lamps...... more

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In an effort to defend his boss, Amando Tetangco, from criticisms expressed by the victims of the Ampatuan Massacre that the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) which Tetangco chairs, has done nothing to cause the freezing of the Ampatuan assets, AMLC Executive Director Vicente S. Aquino wrote to say that my view on their inaction was "hazy".
To parry the victims' frustration, AMLC's Atty Richard Funk II, who had the decency and courtesy to meet with the widows in a meeting which was supposed to be attended by Aquino, assured the widows that the AMLC has in fact been quietly investigating the Amputuans, a fact which Aquino repeated in his letter. And yet, Aquino also stated that, "Indeed 500 days have already lapsed since the massacre. Yet, it was only on 4 November 2010 that victims families filed with the AMLC a "Joint Petition to Investigate x x x" There is a contradiction here. While Aquino has said that they have not been remised as they have been investigating the Ampatuans since the massacre, he apparently wants to be responsible for dereliction reckoned only from the time when the victims filed their Petition. So when will the AMLC finally take the required steps? When the Ampatuans had already hidden the entirety of their assets? Maybe this is the game plan. Aquino then states that murder cannot be a predicate crime under the law. To Executive Director Aquino: no, the view from Malcolm is not hazy.


www.tribune.net.ph

In an earlier interview, former AMLC executive director Vicente Aquino said under the law, anyone suspected of committing money laundering will not be charged of the offense if the money is not channeled through any business entity.


www.manilatimes.net

Nestor Espenilla Jr. and AMLC Executive Director Vicente Aquino.
Ongpin filed the complaint against Aquino for violating the Anti-Graft Law because of his alleged gross inexcusable negligence based on the records on the DBP-Philex case, which caused the issuance of the freeze order over their assets. In addition, Ongpin also charged Aquino with perjury for swearing under oath that the Development Bank's loans to Ongpin violated banking laws, rules and regulations.


www.tribune.net.ph

If how sure the amendments will be passed, it's the honorable senators that should answer that question," AMLC executive director Vicente Aquino told the Daily Tribune in an exclusive interview.
But as Aquino is set to leave his current AMLC post on Dec. 31, 2012 to assume a sensitive position at the BSP security plant complex in Quezon City, he admitted that he will not be able to personally oversee how the amendments, in case not derailed at Senate, will work. When asked who will succeed him as AMLC executive director, his only reply was: "It's up to governor (Tetangco). Ed Velasco


www.tribune.net.ph

Outgoing AMLC executive director Vicente Aquino said there are three covenants where the Philippines is a signatory - the United Nations crusade against illegal drugs, crusade against transnational organized crime and convention against corruption.
"If we don't act to strengthen our fight against money laundering, then we will violate all of these. We signed these covenants because the Philippines is a member of Asia Pacific Group, the organization that fights money laundering in Asia," Aquino told The Daily Tribune. The executive director said the assurance he got from Sen. Aquino said the AMLC is accountable to the Filipino people that's why it wants the amendments on original AMLC charter be done by the Senate as promised by Guingona. They don't follow international laws unlike us," Aquino said in response to defiance of both countries to cooperate with FATF in combating money laundering. Less than two months after President Aquino paid a stat...


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