Azerbaijani Financial Monitoring Service receives 1,700 data on suspicious transactions in February
Azerbaijan, Baku, March 11 / Trend N. Ismayilova /
In February, the Financial Monitoring Service of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan (CBA) received 1,717 data on suspicious transactions and 14,507 current operations, the service said. In total, the service received 16,224 data.
In January, the service received 2,006 data on suspicious transactions and 13,375 current transactions. In total, the service received 15,381 data.
The monitoring includes the activities of credit, insurance and reinsurance organizations, pawnshops, investment funds, transactions with precious metals and stones, the activities of nongovernmental and religious organizations, organizers of lotteries, the people providing services to purchase real estate, as well as lawyers, accountants, real estate transactions, client money, securities and property, client bank and deposit accounts.
The Financial Monitoring Service under the CBA was established in accordance with the decree of President Aliyev on February 23, 2009.