APASATI is required to comply with the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Legislation (AML/CTF Laws). To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person opening an account. Apasati has developed internal Anti-Money laundering and Counter-Terrorism Policy (hereinafter – AML Policy) based on the risk assessment, so the objectives of the AML/CFT Laws can be achieved. These are:

By applying for an account with Apasati you are taken to agree to the following terms:

For Retail Customers:

What this means for you:  In compliance with the ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS, 2011 STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS No. 46 of 2011, Apasati will ask for the minimum identification information from each customer who opens an account. Apasati will record the customer’s identification information. Apasati will also provide notice to customers that we will seek identification information and compare customer identification information with government-provided lists of suspected terrorists.

This minimum information may include:

In order to verify the above mentioned information Apasati will require submitting the following documents:

A. for Individuals:

Please contact to get more information regarding the verification procedure and documents requested from you.

B. For Corporate Customers:

For Wholesale Customers:

What this means for you: In compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009, this minimum information may include:

In order to verify the abovementioned information Apasati will require at minimum submitting the documents specified above for corporate customers. Apasati may also request you to provide additional information accompanied with respective documents.

Internal Money Transfers

For the purposes of mitigating and managing the potential ML/TF risks faced by Apasati, internal transfers between Apasati Clients are permitted for the trading purposes. Trading purposes shall be defined as the purposes by which Apasati in its sole discretion, may recognize as trading purposes aimed at generating profits from speculating activity according to the Agreement made between Client and Apasati.

Apasati monitors the trading activity of each Client and reserves the right to block a Client portal and/or trading account and prohibit any activity including, but not limited to withdrawals, in its sole discretion if Apasati has reasonable grounds to suppose that the internal transfers of the account holder are in breach of the law and the Apasati Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Policies and/or is not recognized by Apasati to be used for trading purposes as expressly stipulated above.

Please be informed that based on the aforementioned, Apasati following the suspicious account blocking shall conduct its internal review procedure regarding accounts in question for not less than 180 days and inform the respective authorities on the issue.


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