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AML Self Service Tool
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Our self service IDV is as easy as 1, 2, 3:
Enter your details into the AMLOnline Portal or get the customer to do it themselves with our online form.
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Why Identity Checks Are Important
It's estimated that over $1 billion a year comes from drug dealing and fraud. All this cash can be laundered through New Zealand businesses, risking our reputation and economic strength. The Anti Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009 was passed to protect New Zealand and everything we love about it.
Money laundering is carried out by hiding identities. The essence of the AML law is to see through these layers to find out who is behind the funds, and where they come from.
This all means you are required to identify yourself and show who the 'controlling mind' is of artificial persons (companies, trusts and so on), and you will sometimes be required to demonstrate where funds come from.
Different Types Of Identity Checks
Electronic Identity Verification (eIDV)
eIDV is the process of verifying a persons identity remotely through digital means. Identification documents may include passport, drivers license or other official government issued documents.
This will help verify a customers identity but does not provide a full background check. For this you need to carry out customer due diligence.
Customer Due Diligence (CDD)
Customer Due Diligence is the process of completing full background checks on an individual. These comprehensive checks will help determine if an individual poses a risk to an organisation in areas such as money laundering or financing terrorism.