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          COAMC News
          COAMC Group Members
          China Orient Intensively Conducts Anti-money Laundering Campaigns: Fulfilling Obligation of Anti-money Laundering, Assisting in Identity Identification (II)

          According to the unified arrangements and requirements for related work of the Business Management Department of the People's Bank of China, China Orient intensively propagandas the anti-money laundering for 2020 in July this year, made more efforts to offer the propaganda and education on anti-money laundering, and advanced anti-money laundering work towards in-depth so as to contribute its efforts for effectively curbing the money laundering crime and practically maintaining economic and financial security as well as social stability. We will, this time, mainly introduce the necessity of financial institutions' continuous and repeated identification of client identity. 

          Since a client has cooperated with a financial institution in identifying his/her basic information, why the latter still requests the former to continuously cooperate on the identification? During the existence of the business relation with a client, the client should still cooperate with the financial institution to update his/her identity information.

          It is specified in the Measures on the Administration of Client Identity Identification and Materials and Transaction Recording of Financial Institutions (hereinafter referred to as the 'Measures'), 'During the existence of the business relation with a client, a financial institution shall take continuing client identity identification measures, pay attention to the client, his/her daily business activities and financial transactions, and timely remind the client to update information…Where the identity certificate or identity certification document submitted by a client before has exceeded the valid term, and the client has not, within a reasonable time, renewed it or put forward any reasonable explanation, the financial institution shall suspend handling the said transaction for the client.'

          It is also stipulated in Article 26 of these Measures that, 'A financial institution shall, when performing the obligation of client identity identification, report the following suspicious acts to China Anti-Money Laundering Monitoring and Analyzing Center and the local branch of the People's Bank of China: (1) Any client refuses to provide a valid identity certificate or any other identity certification document; (2) After it requires the overseas institution that remits funds into China, it is still unable to entirely obtain the remitter's name, account number, domicile or other relevant substitutive information; (3) The client has no justifiable reason to refuse to update his/her basic information; (4) After taking necessary measures, it still doubts the authenticity, validity or entirety of the previously obtained client identity materials; and (5) Other suspicious acts found in its performance of the obligation of client identity identification. 

          According to above requirements, during the existence of the business relation with a client, if the identity certification document of a client (including the beneficial owner of a natural person client) before has exceeded the valid term, the client shall timely cooperate with the financial institution in updating his/her identity certificate to be a valid one. If any important identity information of the client changes, the client shall cooperate with the financial institution in update the information and making field return visits, etc. 

          Risk warning: In order to prevent your identity information and account number from being exploited by criminals for money laundering, never lease and lend your identity certification document, lend or sell your financial account, or withdraw cash for others by using your account.

          The struggle against money laundering crime requires the joint efforts of national administrative organs, financial institutions and the public. Let's make our contributions to effectively curbing money laundering crimes, and maintaining economic and financial security and social stability.