Does the thought of writing a Suspicious Transaction Report (STR) to FINTRAC make you nervous? Is the concept of reasonable grounds to suspect (RGS) keeping you up at night? Are you frustrated by the required fields? What makes a bad STR and how can you ensure your STR gets read and actioned? STRs can leave you with more questions than answers, but luckily, Dwayne King from Grant Thornton will share his secrets for putting together a great-looking STR that has value, meaning, and meets – or exceeds – regulatory expectations. Dwayne will show you how to pull data from your investigative research to craft a STR that will make an impact on financial crime investigations in Canada. You don’t want to miss out!