Past version: effective from 01/02/2017 - 28/10/2018
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Relevant Person must establish and maintain systems and controls to ensure that on an ongoing basis it is properly informed as to, and takes reasonable measures to comply with, any findings, recommendations, guidance, directives, resolutions, sanctions, notices or other conclusions (each of which is referred to in this Rule as a "finding") issued by:
(a) the government of the
U.A.E. or any government departments in the U.A.E.;
(b) the Central Bank of the
U.A.E. or the AMLSCU;
U.A.E. enforcement agencies; and
concerning the matters in (2).
(2) For the purposes of (1), the relevant matters are:
(a) arrangements for preventing money laundering, terrorist financing or the financing of weapons of mass destruction in a particular country or jurisdiction, including any assessment of material deficiency against relevant countries in adopting international standards; and
(b) the names of persons, groups, organisations or entities or any other body where suspicion of money laundering or terrorist financing or the financing of weapons of mass destruction exists.
Relevant Person must immediately notify the DFSA in writing if it becomes aware of non-compliance by a person with a finding and provide the DFSA with sufficient details of the person concerned and the nature of the non-compliance.