• National Security Minister, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang, says the Government is committed to ensuring that its capability to protect the country’s borders is significantly improved.
  • The three foreigners who were charged as they attempted to leave the island with US$93,000 and other currencies have been found guilty.
    Ingrid Asatie and Claudia Clijdesdale, who are both from Suriname, were each fined $100,000 or 6 months in prison for possession of criminal property and $50,000 or 6 months in prison for concealment of criminal property and facilitating the retention of criminal property.
  • The Assets Recovery Agency is seeking the forfeiture of over $203 million dollars from businesswoman Lan Yan which it alleges she obtained by illegal means.
    The agency has filed a pecuniary penalty order against her pursuant to section 5 of Proceed of Crime Act (POCA) in the Home Circuit Court.
  • The Supreme Court has ordered that nearly $200 million in assets and properties linked to drug kingpin Norris ‘Deedo’ Nembhard should be forfeited to the government, the Financial Investigation Division (FID) has confirmed.
  • The Webster Memorial United Church is set to stage an informative advocacy forum entitled ‘Scamming and Identify Theft… Honesty Gone South’ at the Half-Way-Tree Road church on Thursday, September 27, 2018 beginning at 5:30 pm.

International Happenings

On January 9, 2017, it was with great excitement that the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force launched its highly-anticipated Accreditation and Training Project at the Regional Drug Law Enforcement Training Centre (REDTRAC) in Jamaica. The startup of this Project marks the beginning of the delivery of standardized training, which is targeting the financial analysts and financial investigators of the Region’s Financial Intelligence and Financial Investigations Units.

This report provides a summary of the AML/CFT measures in place in Jamaica as at the date of the onsite visit (1st – 12th June, 2015). It analyses the level of compliance with the FATF 40 Recommendations and the level of effectiveness of Jamaica’s AML/CFT system, and provides recommendations on how the system could be strengthened.

The Jamaica Bankers Association (JBA) in collaboration with the Jamaica Institute of Financial Services (JIFS), on October 9th through to 11th 2017, hosted the 6th Annual Anti Money Laundering/Counter Financing of Terrorism Conference at the Spanish Court Hotel in Kingston, under the theme “Compliance: Detect, Arrest, Protect”. The JBA, in rationalizing the need for a conference of this nature, explained that the financial industry, in providing financial services to law-abiding persons, is sometimes targeted by criminal elements for the commission and furtherance of crimes. It was further noted that as a consequence, financial entities must be constantly vigilant in ensuring that their policies, procedures, controls, systems, and people are aptly equipped to detect and arrest those activities.

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