AML/CTF compliance in Malta
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AML/CTF Supervisor in Malta
Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit (FIAU)
The Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit (FIAU) is Malta’s national central agency charged with collecting, collating, processing, analysing, and disseminating information in order to combat money laundering and terrorist financing.
The FIAU is a unit within the Ministry of Finance that has its own judicial personality and operates independently from its own offices with its own staff.
The responsibilities for the Unit’s governance are shared by the Board of Governors and the Director who is supported by permanent staff who work in seven different sections: Intelligence Analysis, Supervision and Enforcement, Legal Affairs, Corporate Services and People Performance and Culture, Police and Quality Assurance, Technology and Information Security, and Technology and Information Security.
How to comply with AML/CTF regulations in Malta
Designated services are required to develop and implement a compliance program
In order to comply with Malta regulations, the designated services compliance program must include the following, as minimum:
Malta AML/CTF reporting obligations
Method for designated services to communicate suspicions
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* This page is intended as general information only and should not be relied on as the sole source of information for your AML obligations and AML program. Please visit your local regulatory authority sites for the latest relevant and full information.