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2.6 Offences Related to the Offence of Money Laundering

A person who commits any of the following acts shall have committed an offence related to money laundering:

(a) failure to disclose to the Enforcement Unit any information or suspicion acquired in the course of that person's trade, business, profession, employment or otherwise regarding the offence of money laundering;
(b) failure or refusal to follow or obstruction or hindering of any order issued by the Enforcement Unit or issued at its request by the Investigation Magistrate pursuant to investigation of the offence of money laundering;
(c) disclosure of any information or suspicion acquired in the course of that person's, trade, business, profession, employment or otherwise regarding the issue of an investigation order or attachment order in a money laundering offence, where such disclosure is likely to prejudice the investigation.
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