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ایرکانیوز – سه شنبه 5 آوریل 2016- 17 فروردین 95
Canadian bank fined $1.1M by anti-money laundering agency
First time that organization known as Fintrac has penalized a bank

سازمان ” فین تراک ” اسم این بانک را اعلام نکرده است ولی گفته است که این جریمه بدلیل عدم گزارش این بانک درمورد نقل و انتقالهای مشکوک صورت گرفته است . فین تراک مرکز گزارشات مالی و تحلیل مالی نقل و انتقال مالی در اتاوا هست .
این بانک 1154670 دلار جریمه شده است .
در سال 2014 تعداد 92531 فقره گزارش نقل و انتقال مشکوک در کانادا به این مرکز گزارش شده بود .
که 11 درصد افزایش نسبت به سال 2013 داشته است .
بر اساس قوانین کانادا هر نقل و انتقال بالای 10 هزار دلار در بانک ویا موسسات مالی به خارج از کانادا و یا از کانادا به داخل باید گزارش شود .
گزارش واریز کردن 10 هزار نقد و یا هر مقدار نقدینگی گه بانک تشخیص بدهد مشگوک هست باید به این مرکز گژارش شود .
31 هزار موسسه کوچک و بزرگ مالی به این مرکز گزارش می دهند . در سال 2014 تعداد 1260 مورد به پلیس گزارش شده بود ولی چند نفر دستگیر شده اند در گزارش مشخص نیست .

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The federal anti-money laundering agency has levied a $1.1-million penalty against an unnamed Canadian bank for failing to report a suspicious transaction and various money transfers.

It is the first time the Ottawa-based Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada, known as Fintrac, has penalized a bank — and it’s being billed as a warning to thousands of other businesses.

Generally, the centre tracks cash flows linked to terrorism, money laundering and other crimes by sifting through millions of pieces of data annually from banks, insurance companies, securities dealers, money service businesses, real estate brokers, casinos and others.

In this case, Fintrac spokesman Darren Gibb said he cannot legally discuss details of the bank’s infractions, and the federal agency is exercising its discretion to withhold the identity of the financial institution, which recently paid the penalty of $1,154,670.

But Fintrac wants to send a strong message that it will take whatever measures are needed to encourage compliance with the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act.

The agency depends on a steady flow of reports about suspicious dealings, electronic fund transfers and large cash transactions in order to produce needed intelligence, Gibb said in an interview.

“The reporting to us is absolutely critical. Without those reports, Fintrac is out of business,” he said Tuesday.

“We’re going to be extra-diligent to ensure that entities are submitting suspicious transaction reports when they should be.”

Heightened scrutiny

Some 31,000 businesses across the country must furnish Fintrac with reports. The agency, in turn, provided 1,260 disclosures of financial intelligence to police and national security partners in 2014-15.

The penalty announcement comes amid heightened scrutiny of Canadian financial institutions due to publication of leaked files, known as the Panama Papers, about dubious global dealings

The fine was levied against the bank for failing to report:

an attempted or actual suspicious transaction;
receipt of $10,000 or more in a single transaction;
an electronic funds transfer of $10,000 or more to a destination outside Canada;
receipt from outside Canada of an electronic funds transfer of $10,000 or more.

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