The operations of the FIC fall under five departments, namely:

  1. Monitoring and Analysis
  2. Compliance and Prevention
  3. Legal and Policy
  4. Information Communication Technology
  5. Finance and Administration

Monitoring and Analysis
The Monitoring and Analysis department is responsible for the assembly of information from diverse sources to show pattern and meaning turning that data into intelligence information that is forwarded to Law Enforcement Agencies.

Compliance and Prevention
The department develops the knowledge that is used to shape the work of the Financial Intelligence Centre by identifying environmental patterns and emerging patterns of criminality at national level to support the development of the strategic plan of the Centre.

Legal and Policy
The department provides legal representation and advice to the Centre. It is in charge of drafting formal agreements between the Centre and other stakeholders.

Information Communication Technology
The department is in charge of the overall information technology infrastructure and security of the Centre, both physical and electronic. It has state of the art information technology systems for data storage and security. To ensure business continuity, the department has implemented robust disaster recovery technologies.

Finance and Administration
The department ensures timely availability of resources for the operation of the Centre and all matters to do with Human Resource.