Anti-Money Laundering Policy Statement
Your relationship with WEWE.GLOBAL and use of any of the Services may be subject to the laws, regulations, and rules of governmental or regulatory authorities in your or our jurisdiction (Applicable Law). By entering into this User Agreement, you agree to act in compliance with and be legally bound to any and all Applicable Law.
This Statement sets out WEWE.GLOBAL doo policy in relation to money laundering. It has the full support of the management.
The companies take their responsibilities to protect the customers purse very seriously and are fully committed to the highest ethical standards, in order to ensure the proper use and protection of funds and assets. The companies have an ongoing commitment to continue to improve its resilience to fraud, corruption (including bribery and money laundering) and other forms of financial irregularity.
The company’s lawyer’s strict adherence to its anti-fraud framework and associated policies. Whilst individual circumstances of each case will be carefully considered, in the majority of cases there will be a zero-tolerance approach to fraud and corruption (including bribery and money laundering) in all of its forms. The company will not tolerate fraud or corruption by its employees, suppliers, contractors, partners or service users and will take all necessary steps to investigate all allegations of fraud or corruption and pursue sanctions available in each case, including removal from office, disciplinary action, dismissal, loss recovery and/or referral to the Police and/or other agencies. The management general belief and expectation is that those associated with it (employees, members, service users, contractors) will act with honesty and integrity.
This Anti-Money Laundering Policy is supplementary to the companies wider Anti-Fraud and Corruption Strategy (the Strategy), which sets out what actions the compliance proposes to take over the medium-term future to continue to develop its resilience to fraud and corruption. The Strategy sets out the key responsibilities with regard to fraud prevention, what to do if fraud is suspected and the action that will be taken by management.
WHAT IS MONEY LAUNDERING?
Money laundering is the term used for a number of offences involving the proceeds of crime or terrorism funds. The following constitute the act of money laundering:
- Concealing, disguising, converting, transferring criminal property or removing or
- Entering into or becoming concerned in an arrangement which you know or suspect facilitates the acquisition, retention, use or control of criminal property by or on behalf of another person; or
- Acquiring, using or possessing criminal property;
- Becoming concerned in an arrangement facilitating concealment, removal from the jurisdiction, transfer to nominees or any other retention or control of terrorist property (section 18 of the Terrorist Act 2000).
These are the primary money laundering offences and thus prohibited acts under the legislation. There are also two secondary offences: failure to disclose any of the primary offences and tipping off. Tipping off is where someone informs a person or people who are, or are suspected of being involved in money laundering, in such a way as to reduce the likelihood of their being investigated or prejudicing an investigation.
Potentially any member of staff could be caught by the money laundering provisions if they suspect money laundering and either become involved with it in some way and/or do nothing about it. This Policy sets out how any concerns should be raised.
Money laundering also is the process of channeling ‘bad’ money into ‘good‘ money in order to hide the fact the money originated from criminal activity. Money laundering often occurs in three steps: first, cash is introduced into the financial system by some means ("placement"), the second involves a financial transaction in order to camouflage the illegal source ("layering"), and the final step entails acquiring wealth generated from the transactions of the illicit funds ("integration").
Most money-laundering offences concern far greater sums of money since the greater the sum of money obtained from a criminal activity, the more difficult it is to make it appear to have originated from a legitimate source or transaction.
Whilst the risk to the companies of contravening the legislation is low, it is extremely important that all employees are familiar with their legal responsibilities: serious criminal sanctions may be imposed for breaches of the legislation. A key requirement is for employees to promptly report any suspected money laundering activity to the WEWE.GLOBAL and his Compliance Department.
SCOPE OF THE POLICY
This Policy applies to all employees of WEWE GLOBAL doo and aims to maintain the high standards of conduct which currently exist within the companies by preventing criminal activity through money laundering. The
Policy sets out the procedures which must be followed (for example the reporting of suspicions of money laundering activity) to enable the companies to comply with its legal obligations.
Failure by a member of staff to comply with the procedures set out in this Policy may lead to disciplinary action being taken against them. Any disciplinary action will be dealt with in accordance with the companies Disciplinary Policy.
What are the obligations on the Council? Organizations conducting “relevant business” must:
- appoint a Compliance Officer(“CCO”) to receive disclosures from employees of money laundering activity (their own or anyone else’s);
- implement a procedure to enable the reporting of suspicions of money laundering;
- maintain client identification procedures in certain circumstances; and
- maintain record keeping procedures.
Not all of the companies business is “relevant” for the purposes of the legislation. with the law is to apply it to all areas of work undertaken by the companies; therefore, all staff are required to comply with the reporting procedure set out.
It is not allowed to accept payments to WEWE GLOBAL doo in cash (including notes, coins or travellers cheques in any currency).
WEWE GLOBAL doo will not make any payments in cash.
The first safeguard against money laundering is sophisticated Know-Your- Client (KYC) verification. To ensure compliance with standard AML regulations, we require you to submit the following documentation:
Proof of Identification: A clear copy of the front and back of your government- issued photo ID, i.e. a valid passport, driver’s licence, or national ID card.
Proof of Residence: An official document issued within the last 3 months, clearly stating your name and address as registered with ****. This can be a utility bill (i.e. water, electric, or landline), or bank statement. Please make sure your copy includes:
- Your full, legal name;
- Your full residential address;
- Date of issue (within the last 3 months);
- Name of the issuing authority with an official logo or stamp.
Please note that regulatory requirements differ in certain countries and we may need to request further documentation from you.
You will not be able to trade until we have received and approved your “Know- your-Client” documentation. Any trades opened before your account is approved are liable to be cancelled. Any losses or profits these trades may have generated shall also be cancelled and removed from your account.
Wewe Global uses transaction monitoring systems to check if cryptocurrencies come from suspicious circuits, black markets or are reported in some international database. When a user uses one of the Wewe Global services or one of the partner services, he must be aware that he must provide the provenance of the virtual currencies if requested.
If fraudulent activity is detected, WEWE GLOBAL reserve the right to freeze the funds and report the situation to the authorities. It is not allowed to accept payments to WEWE GLOBAL doo in cash (including notes, coins or travelers cheques in any currency).
WEWE GLOBAL doo will not make any payments in cash.
AML regulation requires us to monitor and track suspicious transactions and report such activities to the relevant law enforcement agencies. We also reserve the right to deny a transfer at any stage if we believe the transfer to be connected in any manner to criminal activity or money laundering. The law prohibits us from informing customers about reports submitted to law enforcement agencies concerning suspicious activity.
SOURCE OF WEALTH
As registered entities the companies are required to hold documentation regarding clients’ deposits and comply with the anti-money laundering rules and regulations.
In case you have deposit and withdraw in wallet crypto or bought product than 15.000 USD you shall be requested to complete the “Source of Wealth” form, indicating the source of your wealth and attach all relevant supporting documents to justify your statements. If the information and evidence you provide are not satisfactory and do not justify your claims and deposits the Company shall request further documentation.” If you fail to provide the requested documentation within a reasonable timeframe, your account will be blocked and reported to Financial Police.
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