Azerbaijani Financial Monitoring Service receives over 15,000 data in January
Azerbaijan, Baku, Feb. 9 / Trend N.Ismayilova /
The Financial Monitoring Service under the Central Bank of Azerbaijan (CBA) received 2,006 appeals on suspicious transactions and 13,375 appeals for current operations in January, the service said. In total, the service received 15,381 appeals.
The service received only five data on suspicious transactions and 343 - on current in January 2010 and as of 2009 - three and 231, respectively.
Thus, the data on suspicious transactions in January hit 13 percent of the total volume of received data, and current - 87 percent.
The following will be monitored through the service: credit organizations, insurance and reinsurance companies, professional securities market participants, credit institution leasing services, post office money transfers, pawnshops, investment funds, transactions with precious metals and stones, non-governmental and religious organizations, lottery organizers, and lawyers, accountants, real estate transactions, client money, securities and property, client banking and deposit accounts.
The Financial Monitoring Service was established in accordance with President Ilham Aliyev's decree on Feb. 23, 2009.