These figures (ratios) are also reflected in the total admissions to PMLL (i.
These results show that the incidence of suicide as a percentage of the caseload at the PMLL has remained almost unchanged over the past decade (~10%).
Owing to the retrospective nature of the study, the completeness of the documentation at the PMLL was a limitation.
The most common external cause of accidents in children in all the abovementioned studies [1,7-9,11] was road traffic fatalities, which was also found in the study conducted at the PMLL.
Deaths due to drowning in the study at the PMLL accounted for 7% of the total caseload (n=67), with the majority (n=44; 66%) in children aged 1-5 years.
Clarifications to the PMLL were approved in Orders 5761-2001 and 5762-2002 requiring that, in addition to banks, suspicious transactions be reported by members of the stock exchange, portfolio managers, insurers or insurance agents, provident funds and companies managing a provident fund, providers of currency services, money services businesses and the Postal Bank.
On September 24, 2009, an additional draft Bill for PMLL (Amendment No.
Typically, the male/female ratio of cases admitted to the PMLL
29] These results also do not reflect the population profile of decedents admitted to the PMLL, where approximately 76% of all admissions are black.
Results from this study indicate that investigations of fatalities believed to be associated with illicit drug use are a frequent (almost weekly) occurrence at the PMLL.
The PMLL also provided for the establishment of the Israeli Money Laundering Prohibition Authority (IMPA), as the country's financial intelligence unit (FIU).
In 2002, Israel enacted several new amendments to the PMLL that resulted in the addition of the money services businesses (MSB) to the list of entities required to file cash transaction reports (CTRs) and suspicious transaction reports (STRs), the establishment of a mechanism for customs officials to input into the IMPA database, the creation of regulations stipulating the time and method of bank reporting, and the creation of rules on safeguarding the IMPA database and rules for requesting and transmitting information between IMPA, the Israeli National Police (INP) and the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet).