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Financial Intelligence Center

Republic of Ghana The twin-menace of money laundering and terrorist financing has attracted global attention during the past decade. The global financial system is being threatened with instability as transnational organized crime grows with unbridled sophistication and alacrity.
The world has promptly responded by the establishment of regional, sub-regional and national initiatives, even determined to meet all challenges posed by criminals and suppress same. The world has resolved to restore global peace and stability. The Financial Intelligence Centre, Ghana, an institution of excellence has the avowed aim to protect the economy and particularly the financial integrity of our dear nation. With your support we shall achieve our objective of taking profit out of crime. We shall succeed.


KWAKU DUA - Chief Executive Officer

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This is the FIC’s first money laundering typology report.  The report contains trends and patterns observed from Suspicious Transaction Reports received from financial institutions (banking, insurance, and the securities sectors) as well as feedback from competent authorities on investigations on money laundering cases from 2014 -2018.
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This report adopted an exploratory survey as well as qualitative and quantitative approaches. Given that risk is a function of identified threats and existing vulnerabilities, the exposure of these NPOs to the threats of ML /TF were assessed separately using some indicators to enable a targeted approach to risks within the NPO sector.
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This report was carried out particularly to assess the Money Laundering (ML) and Terrorist Financing (TF) risk level of legal persons and arrangements in the country and also to assess the extent to which the country’s legal framework on Beneficial Ownership (BO) and the preparedness of relevant institutions to promote and maintain BO disclosures and register.
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The purpose of this guidance document is to ensure that Financial Institutions are able to identify terrorism financing schemes and red flags to trigger the filing of STRs…
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This is the FIC’s first money laundering typology report.  The report contains trends and patterns observed from Suspicious Transaction Reports received from financial institutions (banking, insurance, and the securities sectors) as well as feedback from competent authorities on investigations on money laundering cases from 2014 -2018.
Click To Read Full Document
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This report adopted an exploratory survey as well as qualitative and quantitative approaches. Given that risk is a function of identified threats and existing vulnerabilities, the exposure of these NPOs to the threats of ML /TF were assessed separately using some indicators to enable a targeted approach to risks within the NPO sector.
Click To Read Full Document
This report was carried out particularly to assess the Money Laundering (ML) and Terrorist Financing (TF) risk level of legal persons and arrangements in the country and also to assess the extent to which the country’s legal framework on Beneficial Ownership (BO) and the preparedness of relevant institutions to promote and maintain BO disclosures and register.
Click To Read Full Document
The purpose of this guidance document is to ensure that Financial Institutions are able to identify terrorism financing schemes and red flags to trigger the filing of STRs…
Read The Full Document