Our KYC/AML Policy

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Our KYC/AML Policy


Under the appropriate licensing, we have the capability to engage in buying, selling, receiving, and transferring both money and digital currencies on our behalf, or on our customers’ behalf through the traditional financial system, or through the blockchain technology. While we acknowledge that decentralized and distributed digital currencies and payment systems in which transfers of funds are processed through blockchains, instead of the conventional financial system, carry inherent risks of illegal uses (like those in the conventional financial system), we firmly believe that harnessing blockchain technology for legitimate purposes offer significant and unparalleled benefits and efficiencies within the global economy.

Because we are registered as a Money Services Business (MSB) with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) at the United States Department of the Treasury, without exception, we apply identity verification, anti-money laundering, counter-terrorist financing, and sanction & politically exposed list verifications to all our employees, partners, and clients.

Our Policy

We do not conduct transactions with individuals, companies, governments, and countries that are on prescribed sanction lists, or are politically exposed. We, thus, initially screen our counterpart against the following lists: OFAC (US Office of Foreign Assets Control), UN (United Nations), EU (European Union), HMT (UK Treasury), and regional sanctions data. We also perform ongoing monitoring for at least a year from the date of the last transaction with each counterpart.

We implement comprehensive measures to prevent financial crimes. In our interaction with our partners, employees, and customers, we maintain full compliance with the following regulations (collectively known as “AML Policy”) – Know your Customer (KYC), Know your Business (KYB), Know your Employee (KYE), Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Counter Terrorist Financing (CFT), and Politically Exposed Person (PEP) – We report suspicious activity internally and to the relevant law enforcement authorities as appropriate. We also maintain appropriate records for the minimum period prescribed by law and provide training for and raising awareness among all relevant collaborators.

It is our steadfast policy to adhere to all pertinent laws and regulations pertaining to AML, with primary focus on detecting and preventing the misuse of our services for money laundering and tax evasion, or to aid criminal or terrorist activities. While we are dedicated to safeguarding our users’ privacy, we remain resolute in our stance against allowing individuals to exploit our services for money laundering, fraud, or other financial crimes.

Our identity policy is strategically crafted to underscore our dedication to preventing, detecting, and promptly reporting any endeavors to misuse our financial services for money laundering, illegal activities such as drug trafficking and terrorist financing. Consequently, we have implemented this Policy along with its accompanying AML Program to meticulously evaluate the unique risks associated with our innovative services, and to establish precise controls in accordance with legal requirements.

About Us

We are a group of consultants with over a hundred year of combined Wall Street experience, in structuring, valuing, and managing debts and financial derivatives issued all over the world. We also provide custom blockchain solutions to our clients.