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Notice of List Specified Entities
Pursuant to section 12Q(2) of the Public Order Act 1969, the Financial Intelligence Unit of Fiji hereby gives notice of and publishes the list of specified entities referred to in the Public Order Act.
Specified entities are listed pursuant to resolutions 1267, 1988, 1540, 1718, 1737, 1989, 2253 and successor resolutions of the United Nations Security Council. These specified entities are listed accordingly as specified entities in Fiji. The notice includes all current and future lists of designated persons and entities and as and when the Security Council of the United Nations adds or removes any specified entity from that list.
All persons must take appropriate action in accordance with the Public Order Act, the Financial Transactions Reporting Act, FTR Regulations, FIU Guidelines, FIU Directives, the Proceeds of Crime Act and other relevant laws, including to freeze without delay and to promptly report to the FIU, concerning the relevant resolutions of the United Nations Security Council.
 
https://www.un.org/sc/suborg/en/sanctions/un-sc-consolidated-list

Welcome to Fiji FIU

The Fiji Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) is a specialised agency created to collect, analyse and disclose financial information and intelligence. The Fiji FIU was established by the Financial Transactions Reporting Act of 2004.

The Fiji FIU is an integral part of Fiji's fight against Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, Fraudulent Activities, and other Financial Crimes. We oversee compliance with the FTR Act by Financial Institutions, Banks, Foreign Exchange Dealers, Money Transfer Agents, Real Estate Agents, among others.

The Fiji FIU in its Intelligence role provides information to Government Law Enforcement Agencies and Revenue Agencies.

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Thursday, 14/06/2018
The Chief Executive Officer of Fiji Revenue & Customs Service (FRCS), Mr Visvanath Das and the Director of Fiji Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) Mr Razim Buksh met this week and discussed opportunities to further strengthen tax and customs compliance and fraud investigations. They discussed the need for stronger collaboration and networking between the two agencies in relation to profiling of suspected tax evaders, investigation of trade-based money laundering involving incorrect declaration of the value of goods, and related financial crimes.
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