Financial company found to have discriminated against Syrian man

Ljubljana – A Syrian man living in Slovenia has been discriminated against by a financial company, which did not enable him to use its services, the equality ombudsman has found. No person must be denied the use of services based on their citizenship, the ombudsman said. The financial company argued that it had denied the man the use of its services because Syria is on the list of countries with high risk of money laundering or financing of terrorism. Looking into the rules the company was referring to, the ombudsman…

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