AML Data Return

Published Monday September 16th, 2019

As part of its AML 2.0 Supervisory Framework and in a continuing effort to enhance data compilation and regulatory surveillance processes, the Central Bank of The Bahamas (the Central Bank) has created a reporting suite of AML related forms for banks & trust companies (AML Data Return). In addition, we have created the accompanying guidance notes, which we provide for your review and feedback.

Online Reporting

Effective 31 December 2019, the Central Bank will require submission of the new AML Data Return via the Online Reporting Information Management System (ORIMS) on an annual basis.


Feedback on the new reporting forms and the related guidance notes should be submitted by 7 October 2019.

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