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The operation of the Financial Intelligence Unit of Latvia is managed by its head, recommended by the Cabinet of Ministers and appointed every five years by the Parliament of Latvia. 

The head of the Financial Intelligence Unit of Latvia is in charge of the Financial Intelligence Unit of Latvia performance of its functions; assigns the authority to review cases and take decisions; sets the positions of employees and officials; issues internal regulations; and, at least once a year, submits a report on the results of the activities of the Financial Intelligence Unit  of Latvia during the previous calendar year, on any changes in its staffing policy and on its use of budget funding to the Cabinet of Ministers, the Parliament and the Financial Sector Development Board.


The head of the Financial Intelligence Unit of Latvia has two deputies. 


The main activities of the Financial Intelligence Unit of Latvia are carried out by its Information Exchange and Analysis Division, Financial Intelligence Division, and the Strategic Analysis Division. The Strategic Development and Communication Division directly reports to the head of the Financial Intelligence Unit of Latvia.