Who must file Terrorist Funds Reports (TFRs) in Trinidad?(Free AML Training)

Both Financial Institutions (FIs) and Listed Businesses (LBs) are required to file TFRs in Trinidad and Tobago.

FIs and LBs must consult the United Nations 2253 List and the Trinidad and Tobago Consolidated List of High Court Orders. If the FI or LB knows or has reasonable grounds to believe that a designated entity has property or funds in Trinidad and Tobago. The FI or LB will then contact the FIU and indicate that the LB/FI has property or funds belonging to a designated individual or entity. The Terrorist Funds Report is then completed and submitted soft copy via the FIU’s secure reporting system or by hand via a sealed envelope.

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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.

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

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No representations or warranties are made about the suitability, comprehensiveness and or accuracy of the information and other content contained on this channel. It should be noted that legal information and content can become out of date and I give no undertaking to keep this blog up to date. All liability for any loss or damage of any kind which may be suffered as a result of accessing and using the information and or content of this blog is hereby excluded to the full extent permitted by law.