Protection of Obliged Parties
SUSPICIOUS TRANSACTION REPORTING
Legal Framework of STR
Definition of Suspicious Transaction
Those who are obliged to Report Suspicious Transac...
Confidentiality of Reporting
The Time Allowed For Reporting Suspicious Transact...
Suspicious Transactions Types
Submission of Suspicious Transaction Reports by Ha...
Submission of Suspicious Transaction Reports Elect...
Principles and Procedures for Suspicious Transacti...
Period in Suspicious Transaction Reporting
Sanctions to be Implemented in Violation of STR O...
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Protection of Obliged Parties
 

According to Article 10 of Law No. 5549; natural and legal persons fulfilling their obligations in accordance with this Law may not be subject to civil and criminal responsibilities.

The information about the persons reporting suspicious transaction may not be given to the third parties, institutions and organizations other than courts even if a provision exists in special laws. Necessary measures shall be taken by Courts in order to keep secret the identities of the persons and to ensure their security.