The roles of the Global Compliance Division, among others, include the definition of internal policies, jointly with other units, with the aim of preventing regulatory and reputational risks. In addition, this Division is responsible of complying with regulatory requirements in order to prevent money laundering and the financing of terrorism.
Additionally, is in charge of implementing certain policies and procedures that have been defined upon the merger between Banco de Chile and Citibank, addressing several subjects such as prevention of insider trading, corruption, fiduciary duties, conflict of interest and others.
The Division has an independent role and reports directly to the Anti-Money Laundering Committee. It is responsible for Banco de Chile and its subsidiaries.
Banco de Chile has an Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Policy adopted by the Board of Directors, including roles and responsibilities, committee structures and certain procedures addressing matters such as decision-making, know your customer, monitoring and reporting to the Chilean Financial Analysis Unit, all of which have been established to ensure compliance with regulations concerning the subject matter.
|Anti Money Laundering Statement||115 KB|
|Policy Regarding Politically Exposed Persosns (PEP)||127 KB|
|Certificado W8 BEN E||621 KB|
|The Wolfsberg Group Anti Money Laundering Questionnaire||723 KB|
|Certification Regarding Correspondent Accounts for Foreign Banks||189 KB|