Complete transaction advisor Llc (TCA) and Q Advisors (QA) completed more than 3,200 transactions with the government last year, the company announced on Thursday.

In 2017, it became the fourth company to achieve 100% compliance with all of the U.S. government’s anti-money laundering laws.

The companies’ first and only transaction, a $50,000 payment made in March 2018, was handled by the Department of Justice’s Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

The second transaction, in November 2018, involved a $300,000 loan that the government gave the two companies for $3.7 million.

The third transaction, on July 20, 2019, was paid for with a $100,000 U.K. government grant.

In the fourth and final transaction, made on July 23, 2019—a year after the U-turn from an earlier loan—the government agreed to pay the two firms $2.7 billion in interest.

The money was to be used to pay off a $15.5 billion U.N. loan to pay for the construction of the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Washington, D.C.

The government will be able to audit and verify the accuracy of all of its transactions through the use of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) program, which began in 2018, according to the company.

“This was a major milestone for our company and the government,” said Mike Johnson, a spokesman for the company, which is based in Dublin, Ireland.

“As the financial industry continues to grow and the scope of our transactions continues to expand, we look forward to being able to serve our clients.”

The company, with headquarters in Dublin and a $30 billion valuation, has grown to become the second largest U.I. company, and the fourth-largest financial services company in the world.

The company employs more than 10,000 people worldwide.