AML Data Return for Money Transmission Businesses
Published: Tuesday December 24th, 2019
The Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Data Return submitted to the Central Bank of The Bahamas (the Central Bank) will be used to (i) analyze trends and (ii) evaluate emerging financial crime risks of supervised financial institutions (SFIs) within the banking and trust sector.
These Guidance Notes serve as a companion tool to the AML Data Return and provide SFIs with an overview of the filing and reporting instructions.
The submission of the AML Data Return is a requirement of all money transmission businesses in The Bahamas.
Please note that the AML Data Return Attestation Form should be signed upon completion for each respective period. This form should be scanned and uploaded as a PDF document into the ORIMS Portal.