ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING REQUIREMENTS

IDENTIFY AND VERIFY THE IDENTITY OF EACH CLIENT

 

For Anti-Money Laundering purposes, we are required by Irish law to identify each of our clients as set out below.

 

CLIENTS - FACE TO FACE

There are two types of documents required: photographic and non- photographic (see lists below). At least one document from each list is required for each shareholder and each Director of the company:

 

Photographic

  • Current valid signed passport

  • Current full driving licence

  • Current National Identity Card

 

Non Photographic

  • Current documentation/cards issued by the Revenue Commissioners showing the name of the person and their PPSN

  • Current documentation/cards issued by the Department of Social and Family Affairs showing the name of the person and their PPSN.

  • Instrument of a court appointment (such as liquidator, or grant of probate)

  • Current local authority document (e.g. refuse collection bill, water charge bill (including those printed from the internet)

  • Current bank statements, or credit/debit card statements, issued by a regulated financial sector designated person in the Ireland, EU or comparable jurisdiction (including those printed from the internet)

  • Current Utility bill

 

NOTE: In relation to the above “Current” means where a document has a specific expiry date and that date has not passed, or in the absence of a specific expiry date, the document was issued within 12 months of the date of submission for verification purposes.

 

Other Requirements

For each new company request we will require a face to face or video meeting with the requestor, a director and the main shareholder of the company.  This can be done via video call.

 

CLIENTS - NON FACE TO FACE

Where a face to face meeting or video call is not possible, the documentation submitted to us above must be certified as copies of the original document and a true likeness to the person by one of the following individuals or institutions:

  1. a credit or financial institution which is subject to the money laundering directive (i.e. an Irish or European credit/financial institution).

  2. A solicitor, notary public or garda.

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