SAR is an acronym for Suspicious Activity Report.

It is a report that captures details of  an alleged criminal offence committed by a client or customer of a “listed business “.

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In Trinidad and Tobago the following are “listed businesses” and  have a legal obligation to file a SAR with the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU).

Motor Vehicles Sales;

Real Estate Agents and Companies;

Gaming Houses (Casinos)

Pool Betting;

Jewellrs;

Art Dealers;

Accountants;

Lawyers;

Independent Legal Prpfessionals;

Trust and Company Service Providers

The author is the first Online Lawyer  based in Trinidad and Tobago. She specialises in Anti-Money Laundering Compliance.

She is a Certified Professional in the following areas:

Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crimes;

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Fraud Risk Management;

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