Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Policy
The Bank has implemented strict Anti-Money Laundering (AML) policies and procedures that meet local regulatory requirements as well as international best practices. These AML policies include Know Your Customer (KYC) procedures to control and identify both new and existing clients, and detailed measures to enable proper detection and reporting of suspicious activities and abnormal transactions. The education and training, both internally and externally, of all of the Bank s staff forms an integral part of our AML policies.
The Internal Audit Department conducts periodic reviews of the responsibilities of key personnel to minimise areas of potential conflict of interest and ensure that independent checks are in place. TIB has in place an independent Internal Control Department. It is responsible for verifying, checking and controlling all of the Bank s operating transactions. The bank s Head of Compliance Department acts as the Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) and is responsible for ensuring that adequate Anti-Money Laundering procedures are in place and ensuring effective compliance with the Central Bank of Tunisia regulations and Financial Action Task Force recommendations. The Bank has a system that gives details of potential suspicious transactions. The system is under the supervision of the MLRO.
Tunis International Bank AML Questionnaire
Tunis International Bank has an AML Questionnaire, which is based on local AML regulations and the Wolfsberg s international standards. Tunis International Bank has made this questionnaire available for the purpose of obtaining a standard overview of a financial institution s AML compliance program for Know-Your-Customer and Due Diligence purposes.
You may open the PDF link below to view and print the questionnaire:
Please note that the questionnaire must be signed by the First Executive Manager as required by our local AML regulations.