In accordance with the Financial Intelligence Agency Ordinance Cap 3.20 to 2014. The Financial Intelligence Agency (FIA) is an independent agency to receive reports of suspicious transactions from financial institutions and other persons; to gather, store analyse and disseminate information to law enforcement authorities and relevant bodies; and for connected purposes. Read more

Financial Sanctions Notice – Nicaragua

ATTORNEY GENERAL’S CHAMBERS FINANCIAL SANCTIONS NOTICE FSN-91-21                                                             

Vacancy – Financial Intelligence Officer/Information Technology Officer

The Financial Intelligence Agency of the Turks and Caicos Islands is inviting applications for the post of Financial Intelligence / Information  Technology Officer. The application deadline is Sunday 24th October 2021. Applications not accompanied by all required...

FIA publishes its Annual Report for 2020/21

The Financial Intelligence Agency of the Turks and Caicos Islands (FIA-TCI) recently published its annual reports for the fiscal years 2019/20 and 2020/21. Due to staff constraints and COVID-19 disruptions, the 2019/20 report was delayed and was produced...

Financial Sanctions Notice on ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida Organisations

ATTORNEY GENERAL’S CHAMBERS FINANCIAL SANCTIONS NOTICE FSN-17-20 19/02/2020 ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida Organisations 1. The International Division of the Attorney General’s Chambers advices of that the European Council has amended 2 entries to the ISIL (Da'esh) and...

Financial Sanctions Notice on Zimbabwe – Robert Gabriel MUGABE and Grace MUGABE

ATTORNEY GENERAL’S CHAMBERS FINANCIAL SANCTIONS NOTICE FSN-16-20 19/02/2020 Zimbabwe The International Division of the Attorney General’s Chambers advices that one individual has been suspended and one individual removed from the Zimbabwe financial sanctions regime....

The FIA is mandated to receive, store, analyse and disseminate intelligence related to suspected money laundering, terrorist financing and proliferation financing (ML/TF/PF). As such, all financial institutions,  including DNFBPs and NPOs, are obligated to report all attempted and completed suspicious transactions to the FIA. These reports contribute to the continued efforts to deter  acts of money laundering, terrorist and proliferation financing and all their associated crimes within the TCI. The FIA provides the number of SARs/STRs reported to the organisation for the fiscal years 2016/17 to 2020/21. Click here for more…

Sanction Orders within the TCI are issued mainly by the UN and the EU and enacted domestically to give them the force of law in the TCI. Sanction notices can be viewed on the Office of the Attorney General’s website. For the latest sanction notices, Click here…


The FIA is in the process of scheduling its Outreach and Awareness sessions for the period January – March, 2022. Reporting entities will be contacted for attendance scheduling for these sessions. These sessions are designed to ensure that reporting entities are made aware of their obligations to report all suspicious and attempted transactions to the FIA, in an attempt to alleviate money laundering, terrorist financing and all other associated crimes. Stay tuned for more info.