We have a deep knowledge of compliance procedures and can offer you full support with meeting the requirements of the regulators or services regarding particular tasks, such as assisting with establishing KYC/CDD procedures, with submitting regular reports, with reporting suspicious transactions to FIU and to The Office of the Revenue Commissioners, or preparing incident/material breaches reports to the Central Bank of Ireland. We can also audit your internal compliance function and procedures. For additional details and more available services please refer to the section Services of this website.
- Central Bank of Ireland – for financial institutions and service providers and authorized by ECB for supervision of banks.
- European Central Bank – ECB is the head bank regulator in the EU, but it may act indirectly, through the national Central Bank.
- Ministry of Justice and Equality – for trust and corporate service providers.
EU banking (Basel III, CRD IV), financial (PSD2, PSR, EMR) and AML (4th AML Directive) legislation. National AML legislation consists of the Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) Act.
A part of Garda National Economic Crime Bureau (GNECB) is responsible with receiving suspicious (unusual) transactions reports.