Disclosures

Law 17 June 2008 No. 92 and subsequent amendments says that anyone can report to the Agency facts or circumstances relevant to the preventing and combating of money laundering and terrorist financing (article 37) while sets forth the requirements to report suspicious transactions for the obliged parties (article 36).

The legislation indicates that the Central Bank of the Republic of San Marino, if during the course of its function of supervision over financial parties as referred to in article 18, letters a), d) and e) detects facts or circumstances that might be related to money-laundering and terrorist financing, shall inform the Agency in written form without delay (article 14).