Reporting entities are legal persons and organisations which have the obligation to report information or suspicious activities of being money laundering and financing of terrorism to the Anti-Money Laundering Intelligence Office.
Reporting entities which consists of financial institutions and DNFBPs as following:
1. Financial institutions shall mean commercial banks, micro-finance institutes, all forms of credit lending companies, pawnshops, leasing companies, money transfer service companies, currency exchange shops, insurance companies, securities companies, asset management companies, among others;
2. Designated non-financial businesses and professions (DNFBPs) shall mean companies or agents that provide and manage financial payment tools, real estate trading agencies, valuable material and antique trading business, a bar association or a legal firm, notary public, external auditing firms, casinos or others.
The reporting entities have obligations to report transactions to AMLOI as defined in Law on AML/CFT as following:
1. Suspicious Transaction Report;
2. Cash Transaction Report;
3. Other transactions as defined by AMLIO.