AMLU

AcronymDefinition
AMLUAnti-Money Laundering Unit (various nations)
AMLUAssociation of Minor League Umpires
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Rather, most banks either conduct internal investigations or contact the AMLU, which executes an account review to resolve any questionable transactions.
Iraq also should ensure adequate political and resource support for the FCTF and the AMLU to allow them to do their work effectively.
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The CBI generally does not provide sufficient financial or political support to the AMLU. The AMLU has inadequate staffing and lacks sufficient training, computer equipment, and software to receive, store, retrieve, and analyze data from the reporting institutions.
Also, rather than file STRs in accordance with the law, most banks either conduct internal investigations or contact the AMLU, which executes an account review to resolve any questionable transactions.
The results found no significant differences in the adjusted odds (1.00 OU, 1.59 Home, 1.22 FMLU, 1.26 AMLU) of the primary outcome (a composite of perinatal mortality and intrapartum related morbidities) for any of the non-obstetric unit settings compared with obstetric units (Table 3).
In money laundering related matters, Article 8 of the AML Law 4/2001 gives the AMLU a specific responsibility in the execution of foreign assistance requests that goes beyond cooperation at the FIU level.
The AMLU should maintain its efforts to obtain and solidify the necessary expertise to track suspicious transactions.
At year's end, Jordan Customs, in consultation with the AMLU, was working on a trial implementation plan to assess the enforcement of reporting requirements through use of the declaration at three ports of entry - Queen Alia International Airport, Aqaba Ferry Terminal, and Jabar land crossing (Syria).
For example, when MSBs have suspicions about a person using their services, their practice has been to report it to the GID and not submit a STR to the AMLU. Details of these cases are rarely published or revealed.
The AMLU receives suspicious transaction reports (STRs) from banks and other financial institutions, investment houses, broker/dealers, moneychangers, insurance firms, real estate agents, gold dealers, financial intermediaries, and attorneys.
The MOIC system of requiring dual STR reporting to both it and the AMLU mirrors the BMA's system.