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FIU-JERSEY Q1 2024 Suspicious Activity Report Statistics


The FIU-JERSEY has published its Q1 2024 SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY REPORT STATISTICS, which aims to provide submitters with insight, trends, feedback, and scenarios based on the SARs received by the FIU-Jersey.

The report includes.

  • A breakdown of predicate criminality,
  • The number of SARs by reporting sector,
  • Consent request and grounds for disclosure and
  • A new ML typology based on Corruption.

Key factors reported.

  • Overall, the FIU received 465 SARs in Q1 of 2024,
    • Representing a 35% increase compared to Q1 in 2023 and
    • A 4% increase compared to Q4 of 2023.
  • The Banking sector remains the most significant reporting group, with 60.7% of all SARs submitted in Q1 2024.
  • This was followed by the Trust and Corporate Service Provider (TCSP) sector, with 18.8% of all submissions.

Access the latest report below and here:


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