The Financial Intelligence Act, 2012 defines investigatory authorities as including the Commissioner of Police, the Comptroller of Customs, the Enforcement Authority and the Independent Commission against Corruption. Financial information, concerning suspected proceeds of crime, alleged money laundering offences and/or financing of activities or transactions related to terrorism, is disseminated by the FIU to relevant investigatory authorities for enquiry.
The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and GARFIN are the two financial regulators of Grenada and they ensure that their licensees comply with AML/CFT requirements. They have a duty, under the Financial Intelligence Act 2012, to pass on information relating to the possibility of money laundering or a suspicious transaction, to the FIU.
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