Hong Kong

Joint Financial Intelligence Unit
JFIU stands for the Joint Financial Intelligence Unit. The Unit was set up in 1989 to receive reports about suspicious financial activity made under the provisions of the Drug Trafficking (Recovery of Proceeds) Ordinance (DTROP) and, since 1995, the Organized and Serious Crimes Ordinance (OSCO). After the enactment of United Nations (Anti-Terrorism Measures) Ordinance (UNATM) in 2002, the Unit also receives suspicious transaction report related to terrorist property.

JFIU, as the name implies, is jointly run by staff of the Hong Kong Police Force and the Hong Kong Customs & Excise Department. The Unit is based in Police Headquarters, Arsenal Street, Wanchai.

Narcotics Division Security Bureau

Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau
The Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau, as the co-ordinator, will monitor Hong Kong’s overall compliance with all the 40+9 Recommendations made by the Financial Action Task Force.

Securities and Futures Commission (Hong Kong)
A statutory body whose mandate is defined and governed by the Securities and Futures Ordinance.