About Us


Sierra Leone AML/CFT Act 2012

 As an administrative FIU, the Unit performs three traditional core functions and these are: monitoring and analysis; compliance and prevention; and informational cooperation and data exchange

Like all other administrative model FIUs, the Sierra Leone FIU performs three central functions:

Receipt, request or extraction of financial information/disclosure from reporting entities or open source on transactions or reports relevant to suspected money laundering and terrorism financing

Analysis of information to substantiate possible links to money laundering or terrorism financing

Dissemination of the resultant financial intelligence to law enforcement agencies and competent authorities to facilitate prosecutions for money laundering or terrorism financing.

In pursuit of these objectives the FIU collects a variety of reports prepared and submitted by reporting entities in compliance with local law and recognized international best practices.


Our team is lead by the Interministerial Committee, Technical Committee, Director, Deputy Director and Management team

Mr. David N. Borbor

Director,Financial Intelligence Unit

Kadijatu Juma-SEI

Deputy Director,Financial Intelligence Unit

Sahr Kassegbama

Manager,Ethics and Professional Standards Division

Pele Gandy Williams

Officer in Charge Research,Policy & International Cooperation, RP&C

Emmanuel Sahr Kuteh

Manager,ICT and Records Management

Augustine Tamba Ngegba Putan

Manager,National Risk Assessment (NRA)

Abdallah Sesay Esq

Manager,Litigation and Sanction

Victor B. S. Moiwo Esq

Manager,Intelligence and Analysis

Thomas Sundima Kakpata

Manager,HR and Support