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§12 – Verification of Identity – Authority to Issue Regulations – AML German Version

§12 – Verification of Identity – Authority to Issue Regulations – AML German Version

§12 - Verification of Identity - Authority to Issue Regulations - AML German Version

 

§12 – Verification of Identity – Authority to Issue Regulations – AML German Version

g 12 Verification of Identity; Authority to Issue Regulations

(1) In cases covered by g 10 paragraph 1 Number 1, the verification of the identrty of natural persons has to be performed by means of

  1. a valid official identification document containing a photograph of the holder by which the obligation to present a passport or prove one’s identity is complied with in Germany, in particular by means of a domestic passport, personal identity card or substitute passport or personal identity card or any such document acknowledged or admitted by the law on aliens;
  1. an electronic proof of identity pursuant to g 18 of the Personal Identity Card Act or pursuant to $ 78 paragraph 5 of the Residence Act;
  1. a qualified electronic signarure pursuant to Article 3 Number 12 of Regulatron (EU) No 910/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 luly 2014 on electronic identificatron and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market and repealing Directive 19991931EC (OJ. L 257 of 28 August 2014, p. 73);
  1. a notified electronic identification scheme pursuant to Article 8 paragraph 2 Letter c) in coniunction with Article 9 of Regulation (EU) No 91,012014, or
  1. documents pursuant to $ 1 paragraph 1 of the regulation on determination of documents that are admitted for identificatron of a person to be identified pursuant to the Money Laundering Act for the purpose of conclusion of a payment account agreement”

 

§12 – Verification of Identity – Authority to Issue Regulations – AML German Version

In case of verification of the identity by means of a qualified electronic signature according to sentence 1 Number 3, the obliged entity has to perform a validation of the qualified electronic signature pursuant to Article 32 paragraph 1 of Regulation (EU) No 910/2014. In this case, he/she also has to ensure that a transaction is directly executed from a payment account within the meaning of $ 1 paragraph 3 of the Payment Services Supervision Act, which is kept in the customer’s name with an obliged entity as defined in $2 paragraph l sentence l Number 1or Number 3 or with a credit institution with registered office in

  1. another Member State of the European Union;
  1. in a Contracting State of the Agreement on the European Economic Area;

an excerpt from the commercial or co-in a third state in which in the creditinstitution is subject to obligations with regard to diligence and record-keeping equivalent to those laid down in Directive (EU) 84912015 and compliance with which is supervised in a manner compliant with Chapter IV Section 2 of Directive (EU) 84912015.

(2) In cases covered by g 10 paragraph 1 Number 1, the verification of the identity of legal persons has to be performed by means  a similar official register or schedule;

3. of a personal documented inspection inthe incorporation documents or equivalent documents having probative value, the data included in the regrster or schedule.

(3) The Federal Ministry of Finance is a to determine, in agreement with the Feder try of the Interior, by way of a regulatic quiring the Bundesrat’s consent, further d wl.rich are suitable for verification of the id

 

§12 – Verification of Identity – Authority to Issue Regulations – AML German Version

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