The BB on Tuesday issued a circular to managing directors and chief executive officers of all NBFIs asking them to submit the CTR on monthly basis to the central bank.
The NBFIs have to place the CTR within 21 days after end of every month.
The central bank earlier asked the banks to submit the CTR report if any client makes a transaction of Tk 10 lakh or above, but it (BB) has imposed the same rule for the NBFIs for the first time, said BB official while talking to New Age on Tuesday.
The NBFIs will not be required to submit the CTR report if any government, semi-government and autonomous body deposit money with their accounts, but they have to place the CTR if the organisations withdraw cash from the accounts, the BB circular said.
The BB asked the NBFIs not to consider suspicious transaction report, or STR, as the CTR. The NBFIs, however, have to verify the CTR properly to detect the suspicious transaction under the cash transaction.
The NBFIs will have to preserve the CTR for at least five years after submitting the report to the central bank.
The BB asked the NBFIs to follow the new measures from June 1, 2015.
The BB official said that the central bank had issued the circular to tackle the money laundering and terrorist financing.