6 complementary vigilance measures

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Article L.561-2 of the Monetary and Financial Code forces professionals to implement all the procedures and measures for customer identification purpose.

Find in the infographic 6 measures to use in order to comply with the minimum of 2 required measures.

Copy of an identity document + other supporting documents

Measure formerly equal to 2 (now 2 measures in 1).

Verification and certification by an independant third party

Measure targeting notaries, bailiffs, etc.

1st payment associating a bank account in the name of the customer

Measure associated with a payment made to or from an EU bank account, an affiliate country or a country listed by the Ministry of Finance.

Obtaining confirmation of customer identity by another bank / insurance

Rather used in groups.

Use of a substantial electronic means of identity

Measure directly linked to the eIDAS regulation.

Collection of a signature or stamp based on a qualified certificate

Easier measurement since the face-to-face solution certification.


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