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AML Policy

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Anti-money laundering (AML) refers to the laws, regulations and procedures intended to prevent criminals from disguising illegally obtained funds as legitimate income.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Anti Money Laundering (AML) seeks to deter criminals by making it harder for them to hide ill-gotten money.
  • Criminals use money laundering to conceal their crimes and the money derived from them.
  • AML regulations require financial institutions to monitor customers’ transactions and report on suspicious financial actiivity.

Stratogon (“Company” refers to the company ESCROW INTERNATIONAL SERVICE.) is a licensed provider of services in the financial industry. Amongst our priorities is the conducting of business with integrity, and in compliance with relevant policies, laws, and regulations.
The Anti-Money Laundering (hereinafter referred to as “AML”) policy, encompasses legal measures financial institutions act in adherence to, in order to ensure the safety of the business and its clients, as well as to act in prevention of money laundering activities.
Stratogon conducts strict background and identity checks of all clients, affiliates, and employees, as is necessary to combat money laundering, and the funding of terrorist activities.
Our delegated officer maintains close contact with relevant authorities, and reports suspicious activity to them, as is in compliance with the AML policy practices.

 

Stratogon conducts a plethora of procedures to ensure that we are always acting in accordance with the AML policy. Such measures include, but are not limited to:

(a) Multi-level account verification and personal identification procedure;
(b) Recording of personal data provided by clients, affiliates, and employees to Stratogon;
(c) Conducting background checks of clients, affiliates, and employees, based on suspicions of criminal activity or background;
(d) Blocking cash, payment orders, suspicious third-party transactions;
(e) Reporting to relevant authorities in the event that suspicious activity is detected.

Money-laundering is a criminal offence. Money earned through illegal activity and re-invested in legal business in attempts to legitimize it is prohibited by law, and Stratogon takes strict measures to ensure that Stratogon’s platform is not used for such activity.

In the event that such suspicious activity occurs, Stratogon will notify relevant authorities. The implementation of these guidelines is ultimately for the safety of our community.