News: Statistics on suspicious activity reports involving COVID-19 bridging loans

Statistics on suspicious activity reports involving COVID-19 bridging loans

The Money Laundering Reporting Office Switzerland MROS at fedpol has published statistics on suspicious activity reports involving COVID-19 bridging loans since the end of July 2020. The statistics are updated at the end of each month.

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Crime is a reflection of society. It is digital, mobile, connected. Terrorists and criminals do not act locally. They do not stop at borders, whether cantonal or national. In order to strengthen security, a rapid and most comprehensive exchange of information between police forces is indispensable.

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Since the beginning of 2015 Europe has been rocked by a series of jihadist terror attacks. Carried out with little planning and using moderate means, attacks like these can strike anyone and anywhere, be it in a Paris restaurant, at a celebratory parade in Nice, at a Christmas market in Berlin or in a Stockholm shopping street. According to the Federal Intelligence Service (FIS), there is currently a ‘heightenedʼ risk of a terrorist attack in Europe.

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