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

Through Article 28 of the Regulation on Measures Regarding Prevention of Laundering Proceeds of Crime and Financing of Terrorism the Ministry of Finance has been authorized to determine, separately for each obliged party, principles and procedures of making it obligatory to report suspicious transactions by using electronic and IT means, and using electronic signature in suspicious transaction reports. In accordance with the same article MASAK may prepare guidelines for submitting reports electronically and the guidelines might be published in electronic form. Reports shall be made in accordance with these guidelines.

Based on mentioned arrangements, it has been approved that STRs from banks (excluding Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey, development and investment banks) shall be initially submitted by compliance officers through using electronic means or IT tools.