Financial Intelligence Agency

The Financial Intelligence Agency is the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) of the Republic of San Marino in charge of receiving and analysing suspicious transactions reports related to money laundering or financing of terrorism, requesting information from the obliged parties and disseminating to the San Marino Judicial Authority any fact that might constitute money-laundering or terrorist financing.

Financial Intelligence Agency cooperates with foreign FIUs in order to prevent and contrast money-laundering and terrorist financing.

The Agency cooperates also with other San Marino Authorities in the enforcement of restrictive measures outlined by the United Nation Security Council Resolutions (UNSCRs) adopted by the Republic of San Marino under decision by the Congress of State (San Marino Government).

Financial Intelligence Agency is established at the Central Bank of the Republic of San Marino and performs the functions assigned to it by Law 17 June 2008 No. 92 in complete autonomy and independence.

The activities of the Agency are governed by Delegate Decree 31 October 2008, No.135 “Regulations of the Financial Intelligence Agency” ratified by Delegate Decree 28 November 2008 No. 146.

Financial Intelligence Agency takes part in the activities of the Moneyval and Egmont Group.