Definition of Suspicious Transaction
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Definition of Suspicious Transaction
 

It is stipulated in the Article 4 of the Law No.5549 that if there is any information, suspicion or reasonable grounds to suspect that the asset, which is subject to the transactions carried out or attempted to be carried out within or through the obliged parties, is acquired through illegal ways or used for illegal purposes, these transactions are reported to MASAK by the obliged parties.

According to Article 27 (1) of the Regulation on Measures regarding Prevention of Laundering Proceeds of Crime and Financing of Terrorism, suspicious transaction is the case where there is any information, suspicion or reasonable grounds to suspect that the asset, which is subject to the transactions carried out or attempted to be carried out within or through the obliged parties, has been acquired through illegal ways or used for illegal purposes and is used, in this scope, for terrorist activities or by terrorist organizations, terrorists or those who finance terrorism.