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Suspicious Transaction Report (STR) - PDF Format

Suspicious Transaction Report (STR) - Excel Format
Reporting of suspicious transactions is a mandatory requirement under Section 14 of the FTR Act 2004 and Part 3 of the FTR Regulations. STR reporting was brought into force on 1 January 2006. STR reporting applies to all financial institutions.

Cash Transaction Report (CTR) $10,000 or More - PDF Format

Cash Transaction Report (CTR) $10,000 or More - Excel Format
Reporting of cash transactions of $10,000 or more is required by law under Section 13(1) of the FTR Act 2004 and Part 3 of the FTR Regulations. For the purpose of CTR reporting, "Cash" means any coin or paper money that is designated as legal tender in the country of issue and includes bank drafts, bank cheques, bearer bonds, travellers' cheques, postal notes and money orders. CTR reporting was brought into force on 1 January 2008. CTR reporting applies to all financial institutions.

Electronic Funds Transfer Transaction Report (EFTR) - PDF Format

Electronic Funds Transfer Transaction Report (EFTR) - Excel Format
Reporting of all international (sending out of Fiji & receipt from outside Fiji) electronic funds transfer transactions (zero threshold) is required under section 13 (2) (a) and (b) of the FTR Act 2004 and Part 3 of the FTR Regulations. EFTR reporting was brought into force on 1 January 2008. EFTR reporting apply only to commercial banks and all money transmission service providers, such as Western Union, MoneyGram, Travelex, ExpressMoney, other FX and funds transfer businesses.

Border Currency Reporting Form - PDF Format
Currency Reporting at the Border is required under section 32 (1) of the Financial Transactions Reporting Act 2004 and Part 6 of the FTR Regulations 2007. Complete this form if you are carrying currency or negotiable bearer instruments with a combined value of FJD10,000 or more or its equivalent in foreign currency. "Currency" means the cash of the Fiji Islands or of another country that is designated as legal tender and which is customarily used and accepted as a medium of exchange in the country of issue. "Negotiable Bearer Instrument" means a document representing ownership of debts or obligations, including bills o exchange, promissory notes, or certificates of deposit, whether made payable to the bearer or not. The term "currency" is used throughout this form and includes cash and negotiable bearer instruments.


 
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