Reporting system goAML

goAML is a specialized application created specifically for the work of financial intelligence units by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). FIU Latvia implemented the application on October 1, 2021.


On the website, subjects of Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism and Proliferation Law such as obliged legal entities and other persons can submit reports to the FIU Latvia about suspicious transactions or activities, as well as threshold declarations. 


Submission process of the suspicious transaction reports and threshold declarations is stipulated in the Regulation of the Cabinet of Ministers No. 550 of August 17, 2021 “Regulations Regarding the Procedures for the Submission of Reports on Suspicious Transaction and the Threshold Declaration and Content Thereof”.


Obliged legal entities must apply on the website to register as reporting entities and create their institution’s account in the goAML application.


The option to submit a report to FIU Latvia through goAML is also available for individuals on their initiative who are not subjects of the above mentioned law.


Additional Information on the use of goAML can be found in the user manuals below:

Part 1. Registration of Users (08.03.2024.)

Part 2. User Account Management (01.06.2024.)

Part 3. Transactions in goAML (01.09.2023)

Part 4. Reporting (01.06.2024.)

Part 5. Correspondence with the FIU (01.06.2024.)

Enumerations (01.09.2023.)

Nature of Business Activities (NACE v.2 codes)

XSD Documentation v.2. (06.09.2023)