NZ Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU)

The New Zealand Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) collects, analyses and disseminates financial intelligence relating to suspicious transactions/activities, money laundering and the financing of terrorism.

About the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU)

Outlines the role of the Police Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) in relation to the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009. … More

Prescribed Transactions Reporting

This page contains information on the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism (Prescribed Transactions Reporting) Regulations 2016.… More

goAML – Financial Intelligence Unit Reporting Tool

Find out about goAML, which is used by the Financial Intelligence Unit to collect and analyse information on money laundering, terrorist financing and other serious offences. … More

FIU Reports

This page contains documents such as guidelines and risk assessments. It will also advise of changes to documents or reporting processes or other issues of interest to reporting entities. … More

Who are reporting entities and sector supervisors?

This page describes the roles of reporting entities and sector supervisors in reporting suspected crimes. … More