On 31 December, 2016 the State Prosecutor of the Luxembourg
Financial Intelligence Unit (Cellule de renseignement financier
du Parquet auprès du Tribunal d’Arrondissement de
Luxembourg – the CRF) issued new guidelines on the
filing of suspicious activity reports (SARs).
The CRF’s new guidelines (in French only) replace its former Circular
22/10 dated 8 November, 2010 and are applicable as of 1 January,
It is important to note that the CRF has changed the filing of
SARs procedure, which as of 1 January, 2017 must be carried out
electronically via the new “goAML” system.
The CRF’s website provides guidelines on how users can register to the
new system. Once registration has been approved, a suspicious
activity report can be filed online or by downloading an
A “goAML” FAQ website in French only
has been put in place to assist users on how to use the new
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