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FIU records 4054 suspicious transactions


Nov 14, 2013 11:39:40 AM

FIU records 4054 suspicious transactions Since 2006, the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) recorded a total of 4054 suspicious transactions.

The FIU has disseminated intelligence reports relating to 1642 suspicious transaction reports which contributed to the detection of hundreds of tax evasion cases and successful prosecution of money laundering, fraud, corruption and other criminal activities.

The cases have been reported by various financial institutions, including designated non-financial businesses and professions such as real estate agents, lawyers and accountants.

FIU Director Razim Buksh said the unit has also assisted in identifying and monitoring proceeds of criminal activities and is currently profiling a number of cases on unexplained wealth under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

Buksh said given the increase in numbers of money launderers in Fiji, there was a need for relevant regulatory and law enforcement authorities as well as the financial institutions to be more vigilant.

The FIU is organizing a one-day laundering conference next Wednesday in Suva to allow the public and private sector stakeholders to come together and share their experiences in implementing measures and controls under Fiji’s AML laws.

The conference will also have a panel discussion led by the former High Court Judge, Nazhat Shameem and will include senior representatives from the key financial institution sectors who will deliberate on the role of financial institutions including lawyers and accountants, in detecting money laundering and other serious crimes.

The theme for the conference is “Detecting Money Laundering” and will be opened by the Director of Public Prosecutions, Christopher Pryde.

By Unaisi Vesikula

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