AML Policy

AML POLICY

Nigeria Business Listing is committed to the highest standards of the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance and Anti-Terrorist Financing and requires the management, and employees to follow the named standards.

Money laundering – the process of converting funds, received from illegal activities (such as fraud, corruption, terrorism, etc.), into other funds or investments that look legitimate to hide or distort the real source of funds.

The process of money laundering can be divided into three sequential stages:

Placement. At this stage funds are converted into financial instruments, such as checks, bank accounts, and money transfers, or can be used for purchasing high-value goods that can be resold. They can also be physically deposited into banks and non-bank institutions (e.g., currency exchangers). To avoid suspicion by the company, the launderer may as well make several deposits instead of depositing the whole sum at once, this form of placement is called smurfing.

Layering. Funds are transferred or moved to other accounts and other financial instruments. It is performed to disguise the origin and disrupt the indication of the entity that made the multiple financial transactions. Moving funds around and changing in their form makes it complicated to trace the money being laundered.

Integration. Funds get back into circulation as legitimate to purchase goods and services.

Anti-Money Laundering (AML) policy

Nigeria Business Listing, like most companies providing paid listing services, adheres to the principles of Anti-Money Laundering and actively prevents any actions that aim or facilitate the process of legalizing of illegally gained funds. AML policy means preventing the use of the company’s services by criminals, with the aim of money laundering, terrorist financing or other criminal activity.

For this purpose, a strict policy on the detection, prevention and warning of the corresponding bodies of any suspicious activities was introduced by the company. Moreover, Nigeria Business Listing has no right to report clients that the law enforcement bodies are informed on their activity.

To prevent money laundering, the Company neither accepts nor pays cash under any circumstances. The company reserves the right to suspend any client’s operation, which can be regarded as illegal or, may be related to money laundering in the opinion of the staff.

Company’s procedures

The Company will make sure that it is dealing with a real person or legal entity. The AML policy is being fulfilled within Nigeria Business Listing by means of the following:

Know your customer policy and due diligence and record keeping

Know Your Customer and Due Diligence

Because of the company’s commitment to the AML and KYC policies, each client of the company has to finish a registration procedure.

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