Financial Intelligence Agency

The Financial Intelligence Agency is the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) of the Republic of San Marino and acts as the central anti-money laundering authority. It is responsible for receiving and analyzing suspicious money laundering or terrorist financing transactions, requesting information from  obliged parties  and communicating facts that could constitute money laundering or terrorist financing to the San Marino judicial authority.

The Financial Information Agency is set up at the  Central Bank of the Republic of San Marino  and performs the functions assigned by  Law no. 92 of 17 June 2008 and subsequent amendments  in full autonomy and independence. The activity of the Agency is governed by the Delegated Decree of 31 October 2008 n.135 "Discipline of the Financial Information Agency", ratified with  the Delegated Decree of 28 November 2008 n.146 .

The Financial Intelligence Agency collaborates internationally with foreign financial intelligence units in order to prevent and combat money laundering and terrorist financing.

On an international level, the Agency participates in the activities of  Moneyval  and the  Egmont Group and collaborates with the International Financial Action Group - GAFI.

The Agency also collaborates with other San Marino authorities to implement the restrictive measures contained in the resolutions of  the United Nations Security Council  and adopted by the Republic of San Marino with a resolution of the State Congress.