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Welcome to Fiji FIU

The Fiji Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) is a specialised agency created to collect, analyse and disclose financial information and intelligence. The Fiji FIU was established by the Financial Transactions Reporting Act of 2004.

The Fiji FIU is an integral part of Fiji's fight against Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, Fraudulent Activities, and other Financial Crimes. We oversee compliance with the FTR Act by Financial Institutions, Banks, Foreign Exchange Dealers, Money Transfer Agents, Real Estate Agents, among others.

The Fiji FIU in its Intelligence role provides information to Government Law Enforcement Agencies and Revenue Agencies.

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Thursday, 26/03/2015
Bula Vinaka and Greetings Colleagues.

The Fiji FIU had released the first e-Bulletin Issue # 1 on 24 October 2014.
The e-Bulletin is issued to our partner agencies, financial institutions and stakeholders to create awareness on domestic and international anti-money laundering (AML) issues.
The  e-Bulletin Issue# 2 can also be downloaded from the Fiji FIU website at the following link: e-Bulletin
We welcome any feedback and comments which can be emailed to or

Please feel free to circulate this e-Bulletin to fellow staff members and other colleagues.
Wednesday, 11/03/2015
The Training Working Group of the Egmont Group of FIUs has now published the first Best Egmont Case Award (BECA) book of Egmont Financial Analysis Cases. The book is the product of the first three years of the Best Egmont Case Award (BECA) competition and showcases the excellent work done by FIUs in identifying and prosecuting money laundering offences. The book showcases twenty two cases by investigation type and included examples of bribery, corruption, drug trafficking, fraud, human trafficking, organised crime, and terrorist financing. To read more on Fiji’s case submission,The Fiji Turtle Island Resort Case: Forgery, Fraud, Money Laundering and Non-Conviction Based Forfeiture" please click the following link: The Best Egmont Case Award (BECA) Publication

Tuesday, 10/02/2015
Fiji will be undertaking a national assessment of its money laundering and terrorist financing risks from February 2015.
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