In January-September this year, the Financial Intelligence Unit issued 266 orders to freeze possible proceeds of crime of EUR 212.5 million in total. This is 2.8 times or EUR 137.5 million more than in the first nine months of 2018.
In addition, six properties were seized in January-September this year, and 24 orders were issued to freeze financial instruments.
The Financial Intelligence Unit received 3,968 reports of suspicious transactions and 21,627 reports of unusual transactions in January-September.
The Financial Intelligence Un...
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