The Jersey FIU has published its Q4 2024 Suspicious Activity Statistics [SAR] Report.
The Jersey FIU have published our Q4 2024 Suspicious Activity Statistics Report (#SAR Quarterly #Report), which aims to provide submitters with insight, trends, feedback, and scenarios based on #SARs received by the #FIUJersey.
The report includes a breakdown of
- Predicate #criminality,
- The number of SARs by reporting sector,
- Consent request and grounds for disclosure
Lawyers case study
- Also included is a new #TF #typology based on the LEGAL SECTOR – this follows earlier reports that included TCSB and banking scenario case studies.
The Q4 results are as follows.
- Overall, we received 449 SAR reports in Q4 of 2023, a 28% increase from the same period in 2022.
- The #Banking sector remains the most significant reporting group, with 52.3% of all SARs submitted in Q4 2023.
- This was followed by the #Trust and #CorporateService Provider (#TCSP) sector, with 26.5% of all submissions.
Access the latest report here:
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