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Joint financial intelligence advisory: illegal procurement of dual-use goods by Russian end-users

In the aftermath of the unjustified invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation (Russia), the financial intelligence units[1] of the Netherlands (FIU-NL), Germany (FIU DE), and Canada (FINTRAC) received reports from a variety of sources describing the suspected illegal export, or attempted export, of dual-use goods to Russian end-users in violation of current sanctions or export control-related legislation.
2/23/24
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Career switch: from criminal to real estate entrepreneur?

We can’t emphasize enough how valuable the reported unusual transactions (UTRs) reported by obliged entities are.
1/19/24
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Notable gambling behaviour is noted

An observant reporting party noticed that one of the visitors to their casino was hardly gambling at all with the tokens he had bought earlier that evening...
1/11/23
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From winning at the casino without gambling to smuggling drugs in sea containers

An observant reporting party noticed that one of the visitors to their casino was hardly gambling at all with the tokens he had bought earlier that evening...
1/11/23
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The gold dealer

As a flight was delayed, Customs were able to perform more thorough checks on a gold dealer carrying tens of kilograms of scrap gold and cash money...
7/14/22
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Premises for crime

In the Netherlands, real estate is one of the sectors at risk when it comes to money laundering. There is, however, another reason why real estate merits our gatekeepers’ attention. After all, crime itself needs premises to thrive. Examples include cannabis cultivation, hard drug production, and human trafficking – whose victims need a place to stay.
5/19/22
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