goAML – Financial Intelligence Unit reporting tool

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)

Reporting Suspicious Transaction Reports (STRs)

Reporting Prescribed Transactions Reports (PTRs)

From 1 November 2017 reporting entities will need to submit PTRs to the FIU.

For information about which reporting entities need to submit PTRs, please refer to the Prescribed Transactions Reporting web page.

Documentation to help reporting entities prepare their IT systems will be published in early 2017.

Download important goAML related documents