Legal persons providing intermediary services on the buying and selling of real estate have corresponding rights and duties in accordance with the Law of the Republic of Azerbaijan «On the Prevention of the Legalization of Criminally Obtained Funds or Other Property and the Financing of Terrorism» (hereinafter – Law).
Exemption from any liability for breach of any restriction on disclosure of the bank or other legally protected secrecy, as well as causing the material and moral damage emerged as a result of the disclosure of information, when the information on the transaction which is subject to monitoring to the Financial Intelligence Unit (hereinafter – FIU) is submitted to the FMO in good faith and in the manner defined by this Law;
To be informed about the results achieved as a result of submission of information to FIU.
identification and verification of customers and beneficial owners;
acquiring of information on the purpose and essence of business relationships from customer and regular update of the information;
application of additional identification measures on high-risk transactions;
taking measures for identification of politically exposed persons or beneficiaries of foreign States;
identification of purpose and essence of all complex, large-scope, unusual, as well as clearly non-economic or illegal transactions and development of written report on them;
storage of relevant documentation for at least five years;
when required by law, development and introduction of internal control systems;
If observation of requirements in the field of fighting legalization of criminally obtained funds or other property and terrorist financing by foreign branches and affiliated legal entities (if any) is prohibited by the legislation of the country they are located in, to submit written notification to the Financial Monitoring Service of the Republic of Azerbaijan about this fact.
Considering peculiarities of activities of customers, to take measures on identification and verification of the customers whose business relationships emerged before the law became effective and presently continue.
Availability of internal rules and procedures on regulation of business relationships emerged without direct creation of contacts via technological tools or regulation of undertaken transactions.
Submission of additional information based on relevant inquires of FMO