Indicators

Indicators Unusual Transactions

The unusual nature of a transaction is determined using these indicators. Indicators describe the circumstances in which money laundering and/or terrorist financing may exist. A transaction should be reported as soon as it may be classified as unusual. Unless otherwise explicitly indicated, the same indicators apply to all financial service providers and to all designated non-financial service providers.

The indicators have been divided into objective and subjective indicators. Reporting is mandatory for objective indicators. Reporting is mandatory for subjective indicators if the service provider is of the opinion that the scenario described in the indicator applies.

Code Objective indicators
130101 A transaction reported to the police or the Ministry of Justice
130102 A transaction carried out by or on behalf of a private individual, legal entity, group or any other entity which is registered in countries or areas and which are recorded on a verified list pursuant to Sanction Ordinance 2006 (AB 2007, no. 24) verified list (UN Al-Qaeda list and UN Taliban list), or which appear on the lists designated by the Head of the Hotline
130103 A wire transfer in the amount of 500,000 Afl. or more
130104 A cash transaction in the amount of 25,000 Afl. or more
130105 A cash transaction in the amount of 5,000 Afl. or more (indicator only applies to casinos)
Code Subjective indicators
130201 A transaction which gives cause to assume that this may be connected with money laundering
130202 A transaction which gives cause to assume that this may be connectedwith terrorist financing

 To use the indicators correctly, we ask that you consult the indicator manual.