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Public Awareness

The Financial Intelligence Centre has released the 2021 Trends Report.

 

Message from the Office of the Director General

This report outlines the trends observed by the Financial Intelligence Centre (the FIC) in the period under review. The trends observed during the year suggest that the country remains susceptible to money laundering and other associated financial crimes.

In 2021, the FIC analyzed 211 Suspicious Transactions Reports (STRs) out of which 44 intelligence reports were disseminated to Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs). The value of disseminated intelligence reports was ZMW3.56 billion compared to ZMW3.14 billion in 2020 representing a 13% increase. The majority of intelligence reports disseminated were on suspected money laundering, corruption and tax evasion as was the trend in previous years. Feedback on disseminated reports from LEAs indicates that the majority of the cases are still under investigations....

The full report can be accessed in the link below.

Attachments:
Download this file (TRENDS REPORT 2021.pdf)2021 Trends Report[ ]