By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – As part of its fight against corruption, Brazil’s Central Bank (CB) announced on Wednesday (June 28th) it was reformulating its regulation for large cash bank withdrawals. The decision comes a day after the CB released the country’s balance of payments for May 2017, which came in significantly lower than a year ago.
The country’s monetary authority increased the advanced notice period given by customers to banks for withdrawing large amounts from bank accounts from one to three days. The Central Bank also established that any cash withdrawal . . .