Publications and presentations


Presentations regarding AML/CFT to the jewelers and car dealers sector on February 5, 2018

Presentation AML/CFT Supervision Jewelers sector February 5, 2018

Presentation AML/CFT Supervision Car Dealers sector February 5, 2018


Promoting the Integrity of Financial Institutions operating in the Caribbean part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands on October 28, 2016.

On Friday, October 28th, the Central Bank of Aruba (“Centrale Bank van Aruba”, CBA) organized, in close cooperation with the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (“Autoriteit Financiële Markten”, AFM), the Dutch Central Bank (“De Nederlandsche Bank N.V.”, DNB), and the Central Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten (“Centrale Bank van Curaçao en Sint Maarten”, CBCS), a seminar for the financial institutions operating in the "Dutch Caribbean". The seminar with the theme "Promoting the Integrity of Financial Institutions operating in the Caribbean part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands" took place at the Renaissance Convention Center. There were more than 150 participants, mainly consisting of representatives from the financial institutions established in Aruba, the BES islands, Curaçao and Sint Maarten, and the aforementioned supervisory authorities. 
After the opening speech of the President of the CBA, the DNB and the CBA gave presentations on several topics. The following topics, among others, were covered during the presentations: incident reports, whistleblowers, recent developments in the supervisory legislation and the enforcement policy of the CBA. Hereafter, also the Heads of the Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs) (also known as “Meldpunt Ongebruikelijke Transacties” or “MOT”) of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten gave presentations on the reporting behavior of financial institutions with regard to the unusual transaction reporting obligation. The presentations will be made available on the CBA’s website ( soon. Seminars like these are aimed at raising the awareness of the financial sector in the “Dutch Caribbean” around this theme.

Voordracht door mevrouw Jeanette R. Semeleer, President Centrale Bank van Aruba

Integere bedrijfsvoering: Incidentmeldingen

Mevrouw L.N. Buckley,
Senior Policy Advisor Integrity Supervision Centrale Bank van Aruba

Integere bedrijfsvoering: klokkenluiders- en incidentmeldingen
De heer R. Hoff,
Toezichthouder De Nederlandsche Bank N.V.

Recente ontwikkelingen in toezichtwetgeving en het handhavingsbeleid van de CBA
De heer R.A. Vleeming,
Senior Policy Advisor Prudential Supervision Centrale Bank van Aruba

Het meldgedrag van financiële instellingen-Aruba
De heer L. Peek,
Hoofd Meldpunt Ongebruikelijke Transacties Aruba<

Het meldgedrag van financiële instellingen-Curaçao
Mevrouw A. Kemna,
Directeur Meldpunt Ongebruikelijke Transacties Curaçao

Het meldgedrag van financiële instellingen-St. Maarten
Mevrouw L.M.I. Stella,
Directeur Meldpunt Ongebruikelijke Transacties St. Maarten

Pictures of the event

Picture Gallery


Information session for the members of the Association of Aruban Realtors (AAR) on August 29, 2013


Joint CBA/IFEA workshops on AML/CFT and “Integere bedrijfsvoering” on November 5 to 8, 2012

Click here for the other presentations held during these workshops


Information session for trust service providers on January 31, 2012

Information session for pawn shops/compra y benta companies on January 26, 2012

Information session for high value dealers on September 15, 2011:

Information session for legal professionals on June 30, 2011

Symposium "Enhancing Integrity in the Dutch Caribbean" on November 15 and 16, 2010

Pictures: Picture 1, Picture 2, Picture 3 and Picture 4.

Information session Investment Business Supervision on September 24, 2010

Information session on the draft AML/CFT Handbook on September 21, 2010

Information session on the upcoming legislative and regulatory changes in the area of AML and CFT on June 30, 2010

Pictures of the event

Information sessions on the findings contained in the FATF Mutual Evaluation Report Aruba dated October 16, 2009, as well as the required follow- up for the general public on January 18, 2010

Pictures of the event