Fijian central bank reports on financial investigations


The annual report of the Reserve Bank of Fiji's financial intelligence unit (FIU), published by the central bank on July 5, detailed the unit's many investigations into allegations of serious financial crime.

The report said in 2011 the FIU "received 728 suspicious transaction reports and disseminated 318 intelligence reports to law enforcement agencies for further investigation". The crimes investigated included money laundering, terrorist financing, and other "serious criminal activities".


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