Not submitting your compliance report is a breach of your obligations and may attract penalties. You must complete your compliance report between 1 January and 31 March of each year, for the previous calendar year. You can preview the questions in the compliance report to help you prepare. Due to the exceptional circumstances surrounding the COVID pandemic, we recognise that you may be unable to submit your report on time. We will assist you through these circumstances by accepting compliance reports until 30 June , without risk of compliance action. Read more.
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AUSTRAC compliance reports
The information on this page gives you an overview of the compliance report. This includes a preview of all questions and information you will need to submit. Due to the exceptional circumstances surrounding the COVID pandemic, we recognise that you may be unable to submit your report on time. We will assist you through these circumstances by accepting compliance reports until 30 June , without risk of compliance action.
AML/CTF programs overview
This guide clarifies how to treat a strata corporation also known as body corporate or owners corporation for the purpose of customer and beneficial ownership identification. It also provides the relevant provisions of the Rules to refer to if beneficial owners cannot be determined using the standard criteria. Find information related to agent banking arrangements, details related to the correlation between the designated service provider and the agent bank, reporting obligations in relation to Threshold transaction report TTR and what are AUSTRAC's expectations from the account provider. A downloadable poster developed for staff working on the gaming floor, helping them to identify and report suspicious customer behaviour. Home Business How to comply and report: guidance and resources Guidance resources All guidance resources.