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Fintel Alliance financial indicators reports

Fintel Alliance publishes resources to help businesses identify the common indicators of various criminal activities.

These reports contain data and intelligence provided by our partners in law enforcement agencies and the financial services private sector. Please share these reports with your colleagues who are responsible for your organisation’s AML/CTF reporting. 

Combating the sexual exploitation of children for financial gain activity indicators report

Financial service providers play an important role in combating child sexual exploitation for financial gain.

Fintel Alliance is working collaboratively with law enforcement and industry partners to proactively identify transactions that relate to child sexual exploitation.

This report has been developed to assist financial service providers and law enforcement agencies to detect suspect transactions by providing updated financial and environmental indicators to more effectively combat child sexual exploitation.

Download combating the sexual exploitation of children for financial gain activity indicators report (PDF, 218KB)

Illegal phoenix activity indicators report

Illegal phoenix activity involves a business owner creating a new company to continue the business of a company that has been deliberately liquidated to avoid paying its liabilities and taxes.

This report identifies and explains the key indicators of illegal phoenix activity in the labour hire and payroll industry.

While the indicators in this report are specific to labour hire, they are also relevant to businesses that predominantly conduct cash transactions for paying staff and suppliers

Download illegal phoenix activity indicators report (PDF, 321KB)

The content on this website is general and is not legal advice. Before you make a decision or take a particular action based on the content on this website, you should check its accuracy, completeness, currency and relevance for your purposes. You may wish to seek independent professional advice.

Last updated: 8 Nov 2019
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