|Title: ||The Wolfsberg Principles - self imposed codes of practice.|
|Citation: ||Company Lawyer, 26(8): 227-234|
|Publisher: ||Sweet & Maxwell Ltd.|
|Journal: ||Company Lawyer|
|Issue Date: ||2005 |
|Abstract: ||Comments on the Wolfsberg Principles on the suppression of terrorist financing. Discusses client acceptance, client identification, due diligence, the acceptance of numbered or alternate name accounts, risks associated with offshore jurisdictions, responsibility for oversight, situations requiring extra due diligence, the updating of client files, the identification of suspicious or unusual activities, monitoring programmes, the requirement for written control policies, reporting, training records, the role of financial institutions in the fight against terrorism, the importance of adherence to existing know your customer policies, high risk sectors and cooperation.|
|Keywords: ||Financial institutions|
Banking and finance
|Appears in Collections: ||Legal Studies Research Group |
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