In Trinidad and Tobago, for the purposes of completing a Source of Funds Declaration (SOFD) a large transaction is now $50,000TTD according to Legal Notice No. 356 of 2019.
The Miscellaneous Provisions (Proceeds of Crime and Central Bank) Act No 22, 2019 has amended Section 55 (3C) of the Proceeds of Crime Act Chap. 11:27 (POCA) and Regulation 11 (1) of the Financial Obligations Regulations (FORs), 2010.
It follows that your Anti-Money Laundering/Countering the Financing of Terrorism Proliferation Financing Compliance Program must be updated to reflect this change. A suspicious transaction can also be below this $50,00 threshold and reporting entities can file Suspicious Transaction Reports for transactions that fall below this amount.
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