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§ 49 – Access to Information and Protection of Reporting Employees

§ 49 – Access to Information and Protection of Reporting Employees

§ 49 - Access to Information and Protection of Reporting Employees

§ 49 – Access to Information and Protection of Reporting Employees

(1) In the event analysis due to a matter reported pursuant to §43 is not finalised, the Central Office for Suspicious Transactions Reports may provide the affected party with information on the information available with regard to him, if does not impair the purpose of the analysis. In the event that it provides the affected party with information, it shall make unrecognisable the personal data of the individual who has submitted the report pursuant to §43 paragraph 1.

(2) In the event that the analysis due to a matter reported pursuant to §43 is finalised but has not been communicated to the criminal prosecution authority, the Reports may provide the affected party, upon request, with information on the information available with regard to him. It shall refuse the information would have a negative impact on

  1. international relations;
  2. interests of internal or  external security of the Federal Republic of Germany;
  3. the execution of another criminal law investigation proceeding, or
  4. the execution of a current judicial proceeding

In the information it shall make unrecognisable the personal data of the individual who has submitted a report pursuant to §43 paragraph 1 or comlied with a request for information of the Central Office for Suspicious Transactions Reports. Upon application of the affected party it may concede exemptions from sentence 3, if legitimate interests of the affected party prevail.

 

§ 49 – Access to Information and Protection of Reporting Employees

(3) The Central Office for Suspicious Transactions Reports is no longer authorised to provide the affected party with information after it has communicated the respective matter to the criminal prosecution authority. In the event that the proceeding has been finalised by the public procedures ofice or the court, the Central Office forSuspicious Transactions Reports is authorised again to provide the affected party with information. In this case, paragraph 2 shall apply analogously.

(4) In the event that the person who has submitted a report pursuant to §43 paragraph 1 or internally reported such a matter to the obliged entity, this person may not suffer any kind of discrimination in his employeement relationship as a consequence of the report.

 

§ 49 – Access to Information and Protection of Reporting Employees

Further information about AML-CFT – German Version you find direct here:

 

Compliance & Geldwäschebeauftragter – § 49 – Access to Information and Protection of Reporting Employees

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