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Record-breaking SAR numbers covering transactions worth $27BN reported in Trinidad and Tobago

TT Capital, Port of Spain: Image Mario Roberto Duran Ortiz

A record-breaking 1,831 suspicious activity reports (SARs) were received by the financial watchdog of Trinidad and Tobago in 2019 and 2020, it has emerged.

The reports covered transactions worth a combined total of TT$27BN (€3.3BN) – hugely inflated compared to the previous period’s figure of TT$1.7BN.

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