How to report

If you are a member of an obliged entity, you must report any suspicious transaction or suspected terrorist financing to the Financial Intelligence Unit without delay. 

You can make the report online using the application link below. For a special reason, you may submit your report using another secure connection or procedure.

Obliged entities may also file a suspicious transaction report on payments or other operations, carried out individually or in several linked payments or operations, that exceed the maximum threshold they have set. Money remittance service providers, however, must report each payment or operation, carried out individually or in several linked payments or operations, of a minimum value of EUR 1,000.

Make a report to the Financial Intelligence Unit in the following cases:

  • A suspicious transaction has been carried out.
  • A suspended transaction is still suspicious after clarification has been obtained.
  • A transaction has been refused.
  • A fact that makes a transaction suspicious is revealed afterwards.

Online reporting system

You can make the report online after registration. The online reporting system is maintained by the Financial Intelligence Unit.

Reporting by a representative of an organisation

The person who makes the first report for an organisation must register on the system to be able to make a report as the organisation's representative. He or she is automatically given the role 'administrator of organisation's website'. This role may be given to other representatives of the organisation when they have registered to report for the organisation.

Go to application home page.

If you encounter problems, you may contact the Financial Intelligence Unit by phone on +358 295 486 833 (Monday to Friday from 8.00 to 16.00).

Report in XML format

In the application, a report may also be sent from the reporting party's information system in XML format. For further information, please contact the Financial Intelligence Unit at goaml.krp(at)poliisi.fi or on +358 295 486 833 (Monday to Friday from 8.00 to 16.00).

Private individual, did you detect something suspicious?

If you want to report suspected money laundering or terrorist financing as a private individual, you can send an e-mail to [email protected] or report non-urgent information to the police on the online tip form at www.poliisi.fi/nettivinkki. Please note that the online tip form is not intended for reporting crime. To report an offence you can use the online report of an offence.

Private individuals who are not obliged entities referred to in the Act on Preventing Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing may not register on the online reporting system.

Reporting suspected violations of the Anti-Money Laundering Act

If you notice deficiencies in compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering Act of your company or partner company, or you are doing business yourself in a company where these obligations are not complied with, you can report it directly to the supervisory authorities. Each supervisory body has its own channel through which reports can also be submitted anonymously.

Financial Supervisory Authority's notification form on suspected misconduct

Regional State Administrative Agency's form for reporting a suspected violation of the Anti-Money Laundering Act

Police form for reporting a suspected violation of the Anti-Money Laundering Act regarding a gambling sector or its agents

Notification form of the Åland lottery authority on suspicions of games in breanch of the Lotteries Act or money laundering, among other things