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7.—(1) Subject to regulations 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 16(4) and 17, a relevant person must apply customer due diligence measures when he—
(a)establishes a business relationship;
(b)carries out an occasional transaction;
(c)suspects money laundering or terrorist financing;
(d)doubts the veracity or adequacy of documents, data or information previously obtained for the purposes of identification or verification.
(2) Subject to regulation 16(4), a relevant person must also apply customer due diligence measures at other appropriate times to existing customers on a risk-sensitive basis.
(3) A relevant person must—
(a)determine the extent of customer due diligence measures on a risk-sensitive basis depending on the type of customer, business relationship, product or transaction; and
(b)be able to demonstrate to his supervisory authority that the extent of the measures is appropriate in view of the risks of money laundering and terrorist financing.
(a)a relevant person is required to apply customer due diligence measures in the case of a trust, legal entity (other than a body corporate) or a legal arrangement (other than a trust); and
(b)the class of persons in whose main interest the trust, entity or arrangement is set up or operates is identified as a beneficial owner,
the relevant person is not required to identify all the members of the class.
(5) Paragraph (3)(b) does not apply to the National Savings Bank or the Director of Savings.
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