AML/CFTR 4.1.3 Customer identification documents
The application of CDD to a customer should result in the firm obtaining a set of documents which are collectively known as the 'customer identification documents'. These documents, which are summarised in figure 4.1.3, form the basis of the firm's knowledge of the customer and should drive the risk-profiling and therefore the intensity of the CDD and ongoing monitoring the firm must conduct for the customer.
Figure 4.1.3 Customer identification documents
|Derived by QFCRA RM/2019-8 (as from 1st February 2020)|