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Fortent is working with Arab Bank to ensure that their AML compliance monitoring needs are being met across their multiple lines of business and throughout their growing global network," said Mr.
This retrospective cohort study was conducted at the National Institute of Blood Diseases and Bone Marrow Transplantation (NIBD and BMT), Karachi, and comprised of medical records of AML patients from March 2006 to October 2016.
Specifically, the investigators identified that approximately 60% of the AML patients who had received treatment with Ceplene/IL-2 harbored NK cells that were potentially reactive with the patient's leukemic cells.
MYLOTARG was originally approved in 2000 at a higher dose under the FDA's accelerated approval program for use as a single agent in patients with CD33-positive AML who had experienced their first relapse and were 60 years or older and who were not considered candidates for other cytotoxic chemotherapy.
The AML space is filled with excitement because the first targeted FLT3 kinase inhibitor therapies are expected to change the treatment landscape.
The DFSA is concerned that Arqaam may not have acted with due skill, care and diligence; ensured that its affairs were managed effectively and responsibly; and complied with certain DFSA AML Rules requirements.
Mr Ian Johnston, Chief Executive of the DFSA said, "Having robust and effective AML systems and controls, including customer AML risk assessments and CDD practices, are important in deterring financial crime.