Section 32 of the Anti-Terrorism Act, Cap. 3.16 (ATA), "Duty to disclose information relating to property of terrorist groups etc.", states that:
1) A person shall forthwith disclose to the Financial Intelligence Authority—
2) Every financial institution shall report, every 6 months, to the Financial Intelligence Authority and any body authorized by law to supervise and regulate its activities—
4) In addition to the requirements of subsection (3), every financial institution shall report to the Financial Intelligence Authority, every transaction which occurs within the course of its activities, and in respect of which there are reasonable grounds to suspect that the transaction is related to the commission of a terrorist act.
To facilitate your compliance with the obligations under Section 32 of the ATA, United Nations Security Council Resolutions (UNSCRs) concerning amendments to the list of individuals and entities that are subject to assets freeze, travel ban and arms embargo in relation to the prevention and suppression of terrorism and terrorist financing, are uploaded on this page.
Additionally, the United Nations Security Council Consolidated List can be accessed at:
The enactment of the Registration of Supervised Entities Act No. 12 of 2023 requires specified persons engaged in Other Business Activities to REGISTER with the FIA.
The Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) is a Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Styled Regional Body (FSRB) with a membership of twenty-five (25) Caribbean and South…