Is it a requirement to gather Beneficial Ownership information on loan guarantors?
Regarding a Beneficial Owner Certification: ABC, LLC (Borrower) is 100% owned by DEF, Inc. DEF, Inc. is 33.33% owned by 3 individuals. Would I need to list the individuals as having 25% or more ownership on the certification, even though they are not owners of ABC, LLC?
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Are we required to get an updated photo ID on an existing customer when we open a new account relationship with them (i.e. a loan, DDA, savings, etc)?
Is there a form template for tracking an entity’s beneficial owners?
How do other banks build related entity reports?
My inquiry has to do with CIP requirements regarding opening an account under a FLUTMA (we are in Florida). The account holder which is the grandmother opened an account under a FLUTMA for the grandchild. The parents do not wish to release a copy of their child's birth certificate due to possible fears of compromise. Is it mandatory to require CIP information on the minor once the Chex Systems clearance has been obtained; is a birth certificate actually required?
What are the legal requirements for a bank to open a savings account for an individual customer? From what I understand, banks usually require (1) a signature card and (2) the following identity information: name, address, date of birth and identification number. I don't need any clarification on the identity requirements for Know Your Customer compliance. I am looking for more clarification on the requirements for the signature card. Is the signature card required by law to open a bank deposit account? If so, what is the law and what is the legal definition of a signature card (e.g. the required elements for a signature card)?
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Question: In training sessions, staff has asked me what the difference is between the old Know Your Customer standard and the new Customer Identification Program and why we have to