What is the Trinidad and Tobago Consolidated List of High Court Orders? AML Compliance Consultants

This is a list of Court Orders from the High Court of Trinidad and Tobago wherein persons and entities were designated as terrorists or terrorist financiers. Trinidad and Tobago Consolidated List of High Court Ordershttps://www.fiu.gov.tt/wp-content/uploads/15-Aug-2019-TT-CONSOLIDATED-LIST-of-High-Court-Orders.pdf

About the Author: Antoinette Sydney LLB LEC CAMLFC CFRMP is an author and entrepreneur based in Trinidad and Tobago.

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Top 10 ways to Launder Drug Money through a Casino: Free Anti Money Laundering Training in Trinidad!!

In casinos it is normal practice for patrons to enter with large sums of cash on their person. They sometimes go to the cashier’s cage and pay their cash and receive a chit or chips. They return to the table or game and place their bets. In Trinidad, casinos are called Private Members Clubs. Recently many restaurants also have a room where there is a roulette machine and various slot machines where patrons can gamble.

Here a 10 ways that money obtained from illegal activities can be laundered through a casino.

1.The casino may accept dirty cash and perform bank-like services where they may also facilitate money lending services;

2. An individual can go to the casino with dirty money and do some gambling, then cash out the chips and leave. I was told of an instance in Trinidad where the wife of a certain licensing officer was going to a certain private members club with $10,000 every night. Her husband gave her this money from bribe payments that he collected to issue licenses.

3.Friends or associates can be recruited to take a certain sum of cash each and they will also be given instructions to gamble on certain tables or machines and different casinos and locations. Each person can be paid a commission. They will also be told when to leave the casino of course after they receive their winnings or cash the chit or coins. ;

4.Use money obtained from criminal activities to purchase food and beverages with cash  that will be prepared and sold or shared at the private members club. All receipts will be kept;

5.Employees salaries can be paid with dirty cash as a business expense;

6. A limited liability can be incorporated and a company bank account can be opened. The name of the company can be something related to the gambling industry, such as a security consulting firm.  All winnings from gambling can be deposited in this account. If required to disclose source of funds, you can show the chit or receipt from the casino;

7.Use online gambling casinos and play with bitcoin that may request an email address and a password. Your winnings will be paid to you using bitcoin;

8.Rent for the casino can be paid in cash derived from the proceeds of crime;

9.The entire casino can be used as a front to a money laundering operation. To keep up appearances, there can be drink specials, food on sale. I was in a maxi taxi and I heard the front seat passenger tell the driver about a new restaurant in east Trinidad where beers were being sold for $21.00 TTD.  The driver exclaimed that he doubted that the restaurant would be profitable. The co-pilot stated the restaurant was being used to wash money, so it would definitely be profitable.

10.Dirty money can be used to gamble at the casino and then winnings can be transferred to a the bank account of a charity that was created to wash money.

About the Author: Antoinette Sydney LLB LEC CAMLFC CFRMP is an author and entrepreneur based in Trinidad and Tobago.

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Are Non Profit Organizations (NPOs) supervised by the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU)?

Recommendation 8 of the Financial Action Task Force mandates that counties assess the adequacy of the laws and regulations with respect to Non-Profit Organizations (NPOs). NPOs are susceptible to being used to finance terrorism. In 2019, the   Non-Profit Organizations Act No. 7 of 2019 (NPOA) was enacted and is in effect.

By virtue of this piece of legislation, NPOs now fall under the ambit of AML/CFT/PF regime in Trinidad and Tobago.

The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) is the supervisor of NPOs that earn more than $500,000 in gross annual income.

About the Author: Antoinette Sydney LLB LEC CAMLFC CFRMP is an author and entrepreneur based in Trinidad and Tobago.

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Is there any law governing Beneficial Ownership in Trinidad ?

Yes!!! Prior to Companies (Amendment) Act, 2019 (the ‘CAA’) there was no requirement to request or maintain any information on the beneficial owners of companies.

According to the new Part VA of the Companies Amendment Act , companies must now obtain updated information on the beneficial owners of shares , if anyone acquires any beneficial interest and if there is a change in ownership.

About the Author: Antoinette Sydney LLB LEC CAMLFC CFRMP is an author and entrepreneur based in Trinidad and Tobago.

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Enhanced Due Diligence Measures for Politically Exposed Person (PEPs) according to Regulation 20 the Financial Obligations Regulations (FORs) in Trinidad

  1. Ensuring that appropriate risk-management systems are in place to determine whether the customer or the beneficial owner is a Politically Exposed Person (PEP), or immediate family member or close associate of a PEP (Regulation 20 (2). You may consider investing in software that will allow you to enter the name of the customer of the beneficial owner and then the software will reference this name against PEP lists, Sanctions lists.
  2. Obtaining senior management approval BEFORE establishing (continuing, for existing customers) the business relationship (Reg 20 (4). The rationale is to inform senior management that there is Politically Exposed Person (PEP) who is desirous of conducting business with your entity. Management can make a decision whether to accept or reject this PEPs business.;
  3. Ensuring that reasonable measures are taken to determine the source of wealth and source of funds (Reg. 20 (5). Source of funds refers to the origin of and activity that generated of the money that will be used to compete the purported transaction. Source of wealth refers to the entire body of assets that potentially generate income for the PEP.;
  4. Conducting enhanced on-going monitoring of the business relationship (Reg. 20 (5) The regulated entity must from time to time conduct searches to see if there has been any adverse news in the media about the PEP such as charges or conviction for bribery or corruption or financial crimes.

About the Author: Antoinette Sydney LLB LEC CAMLFC CFRMP is an author and entrepreneur based in Trinidad and Tobago.

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What is the goal Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Non-Cooperative Countries and Territories (NCCT) List?

The principal aim of the Non-Cooperative Countries and Territories (NCCT) Initiative was to reduce the vulnerability of the global financial system to money laundering by ensuring that all financial centres adopt and implement measures for the prevention, detection and prosecution of money laundering according to internationally standards.

 Jurisdictions that are subject to the FATF’s call for countermeasures or are subject to enhanced due diligence (EDD) due to their strategic AML/CFT deficiencies (black list)[1]

Click to access FATF-Public-Statement-June-21-2019.pdf


[1] http://www.fatf-gafi.org/publications/high-riskandnon-cooperativejurisdictions/documents/public-statement-november-2017.html

Antoinette Sydney LLB LEC CAMLFC CFRMP is an author and entrepreneur based in Trinidad and Tobago.

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Process to escalate a Suspicious Activity Report STR/SAR to Compliance Officer

Staff will submit a written internal Suspicious Activity Report or Suspicious Transaction Report (SAR/STR) to the Compliance Officer.

After an internal SAR/STR is submitted to the Compliance Officer(CO) ,  and the CO determines whether the SAR/STR should be submitted to the FIU.

 The FIU cannot speculate the criminal offence it must be explicitly stated.

The internal SAR is a version of the FIU’s SAR/STR template, it is usually a form contained in the Compliance Program.

The Compliance Officer relies on the in the internal SAR so the intelligence provided by frontline staff is crucial.Intelligence goes from employee to the Compliance Officer, then Compliance Officer to the Financial Intelligence Unit.

About the Author: Antoinette Sydney LLB LEC CAMLFC CFRMP is an author and entrepreneur based in Trinidad and Tobago.

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What happens after a SAR/STR is made in Trinidad

The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) receives the SAR/STR and analyses it. If there is a criminal offence the FIU prepares an Intelligence Report (IR) and forwards it to the Fraud Squad or the Financial Investigative Branch (FIB) of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) or the Anti-Corruption Unit of the TTPS.

An investigation is then launched based on the intelligence contained in the Intelligence Report. The FIU is supposed to “sanitize” the information by removing names of reporting employee and the Compliance Officer.

Fraud Squad, Financial Investigative Branch , or the Anti-Corruption Investigative Branch (ACIB)  will start visiting the premises of the suspect, asking questions, looking for witnesses, providing the DPP with information in order to receive instructions to start preparing charges.

FIU may be asked for additional information such as any other SARs/STRs reported in the past.

About the Author: Antoinette Sydney LLB LEC CAMLFC CFRMP is an author and entrepreneur based in Trinidad and Tobago.

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How to predict the future !!!! by Antoinette Sydney

Your subconscious mind is a silent observer of your thoughts,words and action . Your subconscious mind does not understand negative commands . Check your thoughts hourly , conduct a weekly audit to see if your thoughts are negative or positive .

Develop positive affirmations that are easy to remember . Purchase the beads used in meditation and repeat your chant at least 108x. Honestly believe that it will come to past ,eliminate all doubt in your mind. See yourself graduating with that degree ,imagine your spouse congratulating you on that new business .

An important ingredient is “feeling”. You must feel that you have already received what you have asked of Source.

Your subconscious mind will now bring it to reality . It is now important for you to avoid all negativity ,go on a news fast . It is done.

About the Author: Antoinette Sydney LLB LEC CAMLFC CFRMP is an author and entrepreneur based in Trinidad and Tobago

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What do I need to open a company bank account for a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in Trinidad and Tobago?

The general requirements to open a company bank account for a Limited Liability Company are:

1.Certificate of Incorporation;

2. The Incorporation documents, these are Forms 1,4,8,27,

3.Most Recent Annual Returns;

4.Two valid forms of Government issued, photo identification for each director;

5.A utility bill in your name, if the bill is not in your name, you will need an authorization letter from the person whose name appears on the utility bill and a copy of their unexpired Government issued photo identification. I am always telling my clients to get a utility bill in their name. See my YouTube video where I explain the importance of this.

6.A Company Stamp with your registered company name on it.

7.Special letters such as a letter of request, a letter requesting online banking.

8.Cash Flow Projections for three years.

9.Some banks require a Board of Inland Revenue (BIR) number each director and for the conmpany;

10.By-Laws, if applicable.

11.Additional documents such as F.I.U (Financial Intelligence Unit) Registration.

Other documents may be required according to the sector that you operate in.

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Five Business Ideas to Start from Home with Absolutely No Money

Hi hustlers! Are you broke like a joke? Good! You will become extremely creative when you are hungry. Your mind will see endless opportunities.

Here are 5 business ideas that you can start at home right NOW, with absolutely no money required.

The five business ideas to start for free are:

1.Graphic Design Services for online business

2.Self-Publish an ebook on Amazon;

3.Start an Instagram Advertising Agency;

4.Create an Online Course;

5.Start a Youtube Channel.

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What are the Benefits of Registering a Limited Liability Company in Trinidad And Tobago?

Hi hustlers! Are you thinking about starting your own company after quarantine? You may already appreciate that there are different company structures. In my previous post I discussed the benefits of a sole trader business.

I will now list the benefits of a limited liability company.

1.The ability to get a Company Bank Account ;

2.The ability to enter into contracts;

3.Protection.

I discuss all these benefits in my latest Youtube Video. S.U.B.S.C.R.I.B.E.

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How to choose a Business Partner?

Would you start a business with your boyfriend or your girlfriend? Would your response be the same if you were married to each other? Let me know in the comments below.

There is one consideration when you are searching for a business partner. Nothing else matters. In my professional capacity, I have seen one director or one business partner empty the company bank account.

I discuss this case and the primary consideration when selecting a business partner in my new Youtube video! S.U.B.S.C.R.I.B.E.

ANTOINETTE SYDNEY LLB LEC CAMLFC CFRMP is an author and entrepreneur based in Trinidad and Tobago.

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Hello human!! I want to thank you for reading my post during your 2020 quarantine! I understand that your schedule is very demanding…

I have compiled a list of 10 products that remain profitable during this current season that many are calling a “pandemic”.

These should provide you with business ideas that you can start now or after quarantine

You can use my ebook to guide you through the process of registering your own company here in Trinidad and Tobago!!. It is now available on Amazon!

I have also prepared a Youtube video discussing all these products ! Subscribe for more!

Here are the products:

1.Bathroom tissue;

2.Cleaning Supplies;

3.Water;

4.Vegetables

5.Dry Goods;

6.Protective Gear;

7.Ebooks;

8.Online courses;

9.Alcohol;

10.Cigarettes!

Did I miss out any profitable pandemic product? Comment below!

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Ten Profitable Pandemic Products!! Start your Business

Why You MUST get a Utility Bill in Your Name!

What is a utility bill?

A utility bill is a detailed invoice from a service provider for your consumption of utilities such as electricity, internet, water. Some companies send you the utility bills monthly or every 2 months, especially for us in Trinidad and Tobago for electricity.

Why are utility bills important for entrepreneurs?

As a business owner, you will be asked to present a utility bill as your proof of address in order to conduct the following transactions:

1.Open a Business Bank Account (as well as personal bank account);

2.Get a Business Loan;

3.Get a credit card;

4.Purchasing a car

5.To get a mortgage to buy land

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What is Proof of address?

This is verification of your residential address. Financial institutions and listed businesses in Trinidad must obtain a utility bill from all customers. This is stated in law , particularly at Regulation Proof of Address 15 (1) (b) “permanent address and proof thereof” Financial Obligations Regulations. There is a body of laws and regulations that aims to fight anti-money laundering and the countering the financing of terrorism.

What happens if utility bill is not in your name?

Authorization Letters

If the bill is not in your name, you must present a letter of authorization from the person whose name appears on the bill as well as a copy of the persons National ID card. The signature on the letter must match the signature on the person’s ID card.

Parents/Family

Usually the utility bill is in the name of a parent and you can get a letter of authorization from your parent.

Tenants

There are other cases where, you are renting, and your landlord has to provide you with the authorization letter and copy of ID.

Deceased Persons

In the event that the person whose name is on the utility bill is deceased, this bill will not be accepted by financial institutions. You will be asked to return to the Service Provider and follow their internal process to get the name changed.

Best Practice?

It would be wise to get a utility bill in your name; it can be as easy as taking out the internet in your name in the instance of persons living with their friends.

ANTOINETTE SYDNEY LLB LEC CAMLFC CFRMP is an author and entrepreneur based in Trinidad and Tobago.

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How to Report Proliferation Financing Funds in your possession (ESR): AML Compliance Consultants

The purpose of the Economic Sanctions (Implementation of United Nations Resolution on the Democratic Republic of Korea) Order, 2018 and the Economic Sanctions (Implementation of United Nations Resolution on the Islamic Republic of Iran) Order, 2018 is to implement measures to prevent and disrupt the financing of the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction which constitutes a substantial threat to both domestic and international peace and security.

The Economic Sanctions (Implementation of United Nations Resolution on the Democratic Republic of Korea) Order 2018  and the Economic Sanctions (Implementation of United Nations Resolution on the Democratic Republic of Iran) Order 2018 seeks to put measures in place to prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) . The Proliferation of weapons of mass destruction poses a clear and present danger to global peace and security.

Listed Businesses (LBs) and Financial Institutions (FIs) must consult the list of entities which have been subject of a freezing Order by the Supreme Court in Trinidad and Tobago and inform the Financial Intelligence Uni (FIU) where the FI or LB knows or has reasonably suspects that an entity named in the Court Order has property or funds in the FI or LB; or

A transaction is being conducted by an individual involving property or money owned or controlled by an entity named in the Court Order.The prescribed form is the Economic Sanctions Reporting Form.

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The most important obligation of a listed business is to register with the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) .The following represents a list of other obligations:

1.To report suspicious transactions and activities

2.To obtain and verify customer information in accordance with Regulations 15 and 16 of the Financial Obligations Regulations (FORs) ;

3.To keep records of customer information for 6 years (Regulation 31 of the FORs);

4.To provide the FIU with a copy of those records once requested in writing;

5.To provide Law Enforcement Agencies with a copy of those records once requested in writing;

6.No tipping off in accordance with section 51 Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA);

7.To reference every customer’s name against the 3 Sanction lists (UN 2253 List, FATF List of Non- Cooperative Countries and Territories and the TT Consolidated List of High Court Orders .

8.To conduct Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD) on PEPS in accordance with regulation 20 of the FORs ;

9.To conduct an internal and external Anti Money Laundering Audit annually;

10.To attend AML training every year;

11.To conduct Due Diligence on new employees (KYE).

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Obligations of a Listed Business under Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations: Trinidad Online Lawyer

Registers to be maintained by a regulated entity for the purposes of the Regulator : AML Compliance Consultant

Record keeping is a major part of Anti-Money Laundering. As such , the following registers must be kept for the regulators as well as the auditors:

Register of Correspondence received from the regulator;

Register of Internal Suspicious Activity Reports (SARS) received from staff;

Register of Suspicious Activity Reports (SARS) and Suspicious Transaction Reports (STRs) submitted to the regulator;

Register of Law Enforcement Request for Information.

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Should LB/FIs reference new and existing employees against the Sanctions Lists: AML Compliance Consultants

It is good practice to reference the name of new and existing staff against Sanction Lists. Regulation 5 of the Financial Obligation Regulations requires that financial institutions and listed businesses use the best practices of the industry to recruit employees who have integrity and are competent.

This practice will ensure that individuals who are designated as terrorist or terrorist financiers are not retained by the regulated entity.

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When to file Quarterly Terrorist Report (QTR 1) VS Quarterly Terrorist Report (QTR2 )?

According to section 33 (3) of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA), Financial Institutions (FIs) must report to the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) every three (3) months:

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(a)if it is not in possession or control of terrorist property via Quarterly Terrorist Report (QTR) 1;

(b)if it is possession or control of terrorist property; and the particulars relating to the persons, accounts and transaction involved and the total value of the property, via Quarterly Terrorist Report (QTR) 2.

As seen above only Financial Institutions must file the QTR1 and QTR2. Listed Businesses do not file QTR1 and QTR2.

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All about Annual Returns in Trinidad and Tobago: Do not incur a penalty each month for failing to file this document

Congratulations on registering your limited liability company. Please be gently reminded that there a few post-registration considerations such as tax compliance, AML/CFT compliance for listed businesses and the filing of annual returns with the Companies Registrar every year.

Importance of an Annual Return

An Annual Return is critical to a company since this document presents a correct, updated reflection of the company’s state of affairs. This documents presents an up to date snapshot of all directors and officers of the company, share capital as well as company debts. Once this document is filed at the Companies Registry, this information will be registered with the Registrar. When conducting company business, banks and other stakeholders will request the most recent Annual Returns. From this document all present company officers and company debts can be discerned.

When should a Company file an Annual Return??

The law states that a company should file an Annual Return no later than 30 days after each anniversary date of its continuance, incorporation or amalgamation at the Companies Registrar.

What happens if a company fails or refuses to file an Annual Return?

Where a Company fails or refuses to file a document with the Registrar within the time specified in the Act, the Registrar shall be entitled to collect from that Company a penalty of three hundred dollars ($300.00) for every month or part thereof.

The Companies Act of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago requires companies to file an Annual Return every year even if the company has not been trading. In accordance with Section 194 (1) of the Companies Act of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, each company must file an Annual Return no later than thirty (30) days after each anniversary date of incorporation in the applicable form. At any point, the officers of the company can change directors, corporate secretaries, issue shares or acquire loans and these changes must be captured in the Registrar’s records of the company.

The following must be updated in the Annual Returns:

(a)Name of the Company

(b)The Registered Office of Company

(c) The Anniversary date of the Company

(d) Share Capital

(e)Authorized Share Capital

(f) Details of the persons holdings shares in the company

(g) The Total amount of indebtedness of the company (loans, mortgages, charges)

(h) Updated details of all directors of the company

(i) Updated details of corporate secretaries

(j) Signature of the corporate secretary or the director

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How does Failure feel ? by Antoinette Sydney

Failure is the precursor of success. All of the lessons are learned in failure.This is where all the adjustments and upgrades are made. In my humble opinion , it is the perceived embarrassment that people feel,as a result of failure that is debilitating.

Allow yourself to try , and try with all your heart. Allow yourself to fail! Take that risk! It is the person that you become throughout the process that will attract your billions.

You are not like everyone else. You are persistent in the face of adversity , you smile! So to answer your question, failure feels familiar. It feels like I am learning valuable lessons that will align me with the path that is best for my highest good.

About the Author: Antoinette Sydney LLB LEC CAMLFC CFRMP is an author and entrepreneur based in Trinidad and Tobago.

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Intelligent people write things down,if they didn’t,it never happened

Where is your record? Wrote , write,write! I am so impressed with free blogging sites such as WordPress. It allows me to look back at my years gone by. This is officially my 3rd year writing this blog! It brings me great to return to my previous blog posts! I am impressed with the quality of my thinking and writing! Writing these blogs are extremely enjoyable for me.

Write stuff down. From your “to do lists” to your goals, write it down. I prefer pen and paper,but the sticky note on my computer works just as well.

I encourage you to start your blog!!

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What documents should be obtained from Limited Liability Companies for (Know Your Customer) KYC purposes?

For registered Limited Liability Companies in accordance with Regulation 16 of the Financial Obligations Regulations (FORs) :

Certificate of Incorporation or Certificate of Continuance;

Articles of Incorporation;

Identification documents for all directors and authorized account signatories;

Most recent Annual Returns;

Management Accounts or;

Cash Flow projections for at least 3 years (for companies registered less than 3 years)

Signed Director’s statement outlining the nature of the company’s business;

Evidence of authority to enter into the business relationship e.g. copy of the Board Resolution giving authorization to signatories;

Power of Attorney or other authority where applicable;

Company Bye Laws where applicable.

About the Author: Antoinette Sydney LLB LEC CAMLFC CFRMP is an author and entrepreneur based in Trinidad and Tobago.

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