71.2 CUSTOMER DUE DILIGENCE FOR INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMERS
71.3 CORPORATE CUSTOMERS
71.4 CLUBS, SOCIETIES, AND CHARITIES
71.5 LEGAL ARRANGEMENT
71.6 BENEFICIAL OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL
71.7 RELIANCE ON INTERMEDIARIES FOR CDD
71.8 NON-FACE-TO-FACE CUSTOMERS
71.9 POLITICALLY EXPOSED PERSON
71.10 HIGHER-RISK CUSTOMERS
71.11 EXISTING CUSTOMERS
71.12 RECORD KEEPING
71.13 COMBATING TERRORISM
On June 27, 2006, at 2:30 PM, the supervision and regulation departments of the central bank of Malaysia, Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM), called for a meeting for all compliance officers from the Composite, Life Business, and Takaful Operators and working group members.
The purpose of the meeting was twofold:
The presentation of Standard Guidelines on Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Financing of Terrorism was conducted by the Financial Intelligence Unit, Bank Negara Malaysia.
The meeting's agenda was:
BNM introduced the Guidelines and reiterated that they were issued ...