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If you have an Accredited EIFEC Export Compliance Officer (ECOF) in charge of your activities please provide here its/her ERN Number:
Regulations on the prevention of money laundering, the financing of terrorism and others, requires financial institutions to fulfill a number of client identification obligations. One such obligation consists in identifying the Ultimate Beneficial Owners (UBO) of their clients.
Within the meaning of the Regulations, the Ultimate Beneficial Owners of a legal entity are the private individuals who directly or indirectly hold or control a stake of at least 25% in the capital or of at least 25% of the voting rights of the company, or who undertake the de jure or de facto management of the legal entity (Decision Maker).
Please complete this form by carefully answering all the questions and providing the information requested.
Please also note that, by law, all shareholders with a stake of 25% or more in companies which have issued bearer shares are required to declare their holdings to the company.
Shareholder Ultimate Beneficial Owners (UBO) are the following private individuals who hold or control at least 25% in the capital or at least 25% of the voting rights in the company. (Max 4 UBO)
Decision makers. In general this refers to the persons who have a formal mandate within the Board of the company. These are for example the persons who are named (or equivalent of) Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Financial Officer (CFO) or Treasurer. It is required to list all key level mandate holders including their function. (Max 4 Names)
1) Current year or your organisation's last financial year
2) Specify your organisation's overall financial /economical data. Data should be given in €, US $ or Yen
We hereby adopt the European Code for Export Compliance (EU-CEC) as management framework of import/export and we make our commitment to implement the Principles and guidelines as guiding values of our activities.
Export Compliance provides support in compliance risk management, i.e. the risk of legal or administrative sanctions, financial losses or reputation deterioration for failing to comply with EU laws, regulations and legislation, codes of conduct and good practice.
Our Organization is committed to comply with all Export laws, Regulations and norms of EU and is a policy for all employees.
Any of our Employees may not import/ re-route re-export any commodity, technology, or software unless appropriate authorization has been obtained by the EU Supplier, and this includes foreign-produced items that are the direct product of EU, technology and software.
No activities will be undertaken that are in violation of the EU policies which seek to control nuclear proliferation, missile technology, and chemical and biological weapons.
Failure to comply with these regulations may result in the imposition of criminal and/or civil fines and penalties and cancellation from the Register of EU Compliant Organizations and the EIFEC Register Number (ERN) suspended or revoked.
We will act and communicate in a transparent manner, in our relation with EU and member states Institutions, and all stockholders; about operating EU Export Compliance policy, and the economic, financial and legal implications of each activity undertaken.
It is included our commitment to EU Transparency Code of Conduct norms where in relations with the EU institutions and their Members, officials and other staff we will always:
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