Tradeview Ltd (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”), is regulated by Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (hereinafter referred to as the “CIMA”). The Company is committed to the highest standards of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance and Counter-Terrorism Financing (CTF).
The Company maintains a strong and ambitious position to prevent illegal money laundering activities and is committed to the following:
Continuously monitoring the activity of clients, partners and their transactions and making sure that they correspond to our knowledge of clients.
Making and safe keeping records on accounts, transactions, communications with clients and partners, gathered information, concerned internal matters and particular procedures.
Evaluating possible risk of money laundering while dealing with clients and transactions.
Applying enhanced rules in case of dealing with suspicious persons, trustees, politically exposed persons, clients from non-reputable jurisdictions and similar.
Regular staff trainings for employees, especially for those who deal directly with our clients.
Reporting any suspicious activity to the CIMA.
Monitoring changes to relevant legislation, following relevant guidance and adopting new measures, if necessary.
Money laundering – the process of converting funds, received from illegal activities (such as fraud, corruption, terrorism, etc.), into other funds or investments that look legitimate to hide or distort the real source of funds.
The Company adheres to the principles of Anti-Money Laundering and actively prevents any actions that aim or facilitate the process of legalizing of illegally gained funds. One of the ways this is achieved is by not accepting physical cash or paying physical cash out. The Company reserves the right to suspend any client's operation, which can be regarded as illegal or, may be related to money laundering in the opinion of the staff.
Know Your Customer and Due Diligence
Because of the Company's commitment to the AML and KYC policies, all potential client’s must complete the Company’s verification procedure. Before the Company establishes a business relationship with a client, the Company will ensure satisfactory evidence of the identity of any customer or counterparty are taken. The Company also applies heightened scrutiny to clients who are residents of other countries, identified by credible sources as countries, having inadequate AML standards; that may represent a high risk for crime and corruption and to beneficial owners who resides in and whose funds are sourced from named countries.
Monitoring of client activity
In addition to gathering information from the clients, the Company continues to monitor the activity of every client to identify and prevent any suspicious transactions. A suspicious transaction is known as a transaction that is inconsistent with the client's legitimate business or the usual client's transaction history known from client activity monitoring.
Records must be kept of all transaction data and data obtained for the purpose of identification, as well as of all documents related to money laundering topics (e.g. files on suspicious activity reports, documentation of AML account monitoring, etc.). Those records are kept for a minimum of 5 years after the account is closed.
In cases of an attempt to execute transactions which the Company suspects are related to money laundering or other criminal activity, it will proceed in accordance with the applicable law and report suspicious activity to the CIMA.
The Company reserves the right to suspend any client's operation, which can be regarded as illegal or may be related to money laundering in the opinion of the staff. The Company has complete discretion to temporarily block the suspicious client account or terminate an existing client relationship.