Published Date: 18 May 2018
Best Practices for Countering Trade-Based Money Laundering
The ACIP best practice papers highlight the “red flag” customer behaviours or transaction patterns that financial institutions can look out for to detect illicit financial activities. Find out more about the best practices which ACIP has recommended as best practices for financial institutions to guard against trade-based money laundering(TBML).
Applies to: Credit/Charge Card Issuer , Finance Company , Full Bank (Branch) , Full Bank (Locally Incorporated) , Merchant Bank (Branch) , Merchant Bank (Locally Incorporated) , Wholesale Bank (Branch) , Wholesale Bank (Locally Incorporated) , Financial Holding Company , Remittance , Money Changer , Relevant Stored Value Facility , Widely Accepted Stored Value Facility , Single Purpose Stored Value Facility , Direct Insurer (Life) , Direct Insurer (General) , Direct Insurer (Composite) , Reinsurer (Life) , Reinsurer (General) , Reinsurer (Composite) , Captive Insurer , Lloyd's Asia Scheme , Authorised Reinsurer , Representative Office (Insurance) , Approved MAT Insurer , Financial Holding Company (Insurance)