Fijian authorities tackle religious worker fraud


Numerous cases have emerged in Fiji of religious officials hijacking funds intended for the organisations they represent, prompting the country's Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) to issue guidance on the matter.

The FIU was established in 2004 to "collect, analyse and disclose financial information and intelligence" and is housed within the same building as the country's central bank.

The two organisations issued a joint statement advising religious organisations on how to handle funds collecte

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