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KYC and AML | Deloitte solution


Your challenges

KYC and AMLWith recent changes in AML regulations in Luxembourg, Europe and even worldwide, there is an increasing pressure on Credit Institution, but also Investment Funds, and Professionals of the Financial Sector to comply with numerous identification, monitoring and cooperation requirements.

You are looking to find independent support from subject matter experts, addressing the following questions:

  • “Does an old account opening files need to be compliant with actual regulation?”
  • “We don’t have the adequate resources to follow the AML regulatory issues. What can we do?”
  • “What are exactly the risks linked to KYC documentation?”
  • “How far should the Due Diligence go? Especially for source of wealth?”
  • “How often do we have to review our clients’ KYC files?”

Our solutions

Deloitte team of subject matter experts provides a diversified offer to fit with your needs:

  • Anti-Money Laundering training
  • Counterparty due diligence assistance
  • Name screening on persons: “uComply” solution to check client/prospect database against the blacklists and internal risk lists
  • Selection and implementation of AML systems with Deloitte Consulting
  • AML compliance reviews
  • Remediation projects in order to update KYC documentation
  • Forensic due diligence of intermediaries and related parties
  • Investigations into suspicious transactions
  • Support with Business Intelligence Services for background search on related parties and client/prospects

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Michael JJ Martin
Deloitte Luxembourg
Job Title:
Partner - Forensic & Dispute Services
+352 451 452 449



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