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Number of suspicious money flows as indicated by banks in Belgium 2014-2019

In 2019, Belgian banks declared approximately 11,240 money flows they thought were suspicious and could potentially lead to cases of money laundering or terrorist financing. This is less than in 2018. In Belgium, financial institutions are legally obliged to report suspicious accounts or transactions. Since the anti terrorism actions in Verviers, the attacks in Paris on November 2015 and the attacks in Brussels in March 2016, Belgian authorities focus their attention on the financing of terrorist cells.

Total number of suspicious money flows as indicated by banks in Belgium from 2014 to 2019

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January 2020



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2014 to 2019

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