06
OCT 2017
Darío Jiménez Shares some Tips on Implementing a Compliance Plan
Darío Jiménez, Country Manager at ONTIER Peru.

Darío Jiménez Shares some Tips on Implementing a Compliance Plan


Peru
Compliance officially arrived to Peru in April 12 2002 with the publication of Act 27693 created by the Financial Intelligence Unit of Peru, UIF-Peru, in charge of receiving, analysing, handling, assessing and transferring information to spot money laundering or terrorism financing.

This is required for every entity in the finance sector implementing a system for preventing and spotting money laundering in their area of practice.

Well taken steps

In Peru, legal persons have three choices: not adopting any internal regulations for decision-making, drafting a simple prevention model aiming to avoid the penalties set by Act 30424, or going under an internal audit defining the business ethics and a decision-making structure, guaranteeing not just the compliance with the requisites of the regulations in force, but also the company's business durability and prestige.

Darío Jiménez, Country Manager at ONTIER Peru, shared these and many more tips in an interview for Capital TV y Radioand in an article for Peruvian newspaper El Peruano.



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