AML/CTF Compliance

In today’s regulatory landscape, AML/CTF compliance is essential for businesses to detect, prevent, and mitigate the risks of money laundering and terrorist financing activities. This comprehensive framework includes policies, procedures, and internal controls that protect businesses from unwitting involvement in illicit financial transactions.

Benefits

By prioritizing AML/CTF compliance, following businesses preserve their reputation, mitigate financial risks, meet legal obligations, and enhance overall risk management against financial crimes:

  • Payment institutions
  • Broker firms
  • Crypto exchanges
  • Gambling websites
  • Online casinos
  • Money services businesses 
  • Fintech companies

List of services:

Our services include:

  • AML, CTF and International Sanctions Compliance
  • Risk-Based Procedures: Providing expert legal advice for KYC and enhanced due diligence of clients and counterparties
  • Policy and Procedure Development
  • Compliance Assessments and Audits
  • AML Staff Outsourcing, Training and Education
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Regulatory Investigations and Audits
  • International AML/CTF Regulations
  • Confront enforcement challenges in the administrative or law enforcement context
  • Conducting AML risk assessments
  • Outsourcing AML officers and training on regulatory requirements
  • Transaction counseling on AML risks
  • Creating efficient structures and transactions that comply with regulatory requirements in connection with implementing or enhancing AML-compliant internal controls

Prices:

Individual AML policies drafting starts from €2,500

KYC configuration starts from €1,000

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The content of this article is intended to provide a general guide to the subject matter, not to be considered as a legal consultation.