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What should a Beneficial Owner, Officer or Manager (BOOM) do when they become subject of a relevant criminal conviction?

Article ID: 2923
Last updated: 10 Jun, 2019

If an individual who has been approved as a Beneficial Owner, Officer or Manager (BOOM) becomes subject to a relevant criminal conviction, then they must inform their AML Supervisor within 30 days of the conviction. They must also inform their firm within 30 days of when they become aware of the conviction.

Article ID: 2923
Last updated: 10 Jun, 2019
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