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AML compliance portal awarded Privacy Trust Mark

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Privacy Commissioner John Edwards has awarded a Privacy Trust Mark to TICC’s Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Customer Due Diligence Online Forms and AML Online Portal.

Mr Edwards says the Trust, Integrity and Compliance Company (TICC) has created a privacy and user-friendly way for its clients to comply with their anti-money laundering obligations.

He noted that people subject to the anti-money laundering checks are usually required to submit large quantities of personal information and he praised TICC for its transparency efforts.

“I was pleased to see the efforts TICC has made to be highly transparent with clients about what happens to their information once it’s been collected, as well as making it simple for clients to access or modify that information, should they need to.”

TICC provides support and systems for client companies to fulfill their AML reporting obligations and demonstrate compliance with the government’s AML requirements.

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