The regulations governing your compliance obligations AML-CFT


Anti-money laundering and financing of terrorism


In accordance with :


Regulatory framework & obligations


Professionals subject to the law must

Reporting companies

Companies subject to regulations AML-CFT, Key Accounts, ME & SMES

  • Banks
  • Credit institution
  • Banque de France
  • Issuing institutes
  • Payment institution
  • Manual changers
  • Investment companies
  • Portfolio management companies
  • Managers of settlement and delivery systems for financial instruments
  • Financial investment advisors
  • Market participants
  • Insurance company
  • Insurance intermediaries
  • Mutual insurance
  • Unions governed by the Mutual Code
  • Chartered Accountants
  • Statutory Auditors
  • Administrators and court-appointed agents
  • Lawyers
  • Bailiffs
  • Notaries
  • Real estate professionals:
    real estate intermediaries
  • Casino managers, managers of groups, circles and companies organizing games of chance, lotteries, betting, sports or horse-riding betting.
  • Online gaming operators
  • Persons habitually dealing in or organizing the sale of precious stones, precious materials, antiques or works of art
  • Auctioneers
    Voluntary sales companies of furniture by public auction
  • Domiciliation companies
  • Sports agents

And more generally, any company, whatever its activity, with more than 500 employees or more than €100 million in sales, to meet the anti-corruption obligations of the Sapin 2 law.

The compliance officer is criminally liable in the first instance, as is the plant manager.

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