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, Bar No. SYA2015211, Attorney at Law. The author is the first Online Lawyer based in Trinidad and Tobago. SHE IS A LECTURER AT THE ARTHUR LOK JACK GLOBAL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS IN TRINIDAD. She has clients in Guyana, St Vincent, Barbados, the British Virgin Islands and North America. She specializes in Corporate Law and Anti-Money Laundering Compliance. She helps clients to start their Online Business Empire.
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