goAML Web allows rapid and secure exchange of information between the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), reporting entities and law enforcement and intelligence authorities. The confidentiality of the data collected is ensured.
goAML Web is the prescribed method by which reporting entities submit Suspicious Transaction Reports (STRs) and from 1 Nov 2017, Prescribed Transactions Reports (PTRs) to the FIU.
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goAML news and updates
The goAML website is now available to be used for reporting STRs.
For enquiries please email goAML@police.govt.nz.
Registering in goAML
How to register with goAML (Business and User Guide)
- Web Registration (DOCX 16KB)
Reporting Suspicious Transaction Reports (STRs)
- goAML Web Reporting Quick Reference Guide (DOCX 3.3MB)
- goAML Web User’s Guide (DOC 2.3MB)
- goAML Hints and Tips (DOCX 15KB)
- Top Ten Errors (DOC 37KB)
- Transaction Structures Diagram (DOC 31KB)
- Reporting on Cheque Deposits and Withdrawals (DOCX 15KB)
Reporting Prescribed Transactions Reports (PTRs)
From 1 November 2017 reporting entities will need to submit PTRs to the FIU.
For information and documentation about PTRs, please refer to the following web pages.
- Prescribed Transactions Reporting (overview and FAQs)
- Who needs to submit PTRs?
- How to submit PTRs
- Five steps to prepare for submitting PTRs
- Information on this page includes the PTR Data Schema (Dictionary) and technical documentation required for developing PTRs.
The information on these pages will be updated regularly as further documentation becomes available.
Download important goAML related documents
The following documents are relevant for reporting entities currently submitting STRs.