Anti Money Laundering Policies at DCOM

Money Laundering undermines confidence in the international financial system. The challenges in the fight against money laundering are vast, and potential threats exist in every conner of the world. Financial services firms, regulators and law enforcement agencies work hard to stay ahead of increasingly sophisticated criminals seeking to exploit the global financial system. Our goal is to maintain our strickly compliance policies to fight against money laundering.

  • What is Money Laundering?

    Money Laundering is the process of introducing the proceeds of crime into the legitimate stream of financial commerce in an attempt to mask the origin of the proceeds. The sources of proceeds may include drug trafficking, organized crime, fraud, and many other crimes. Money Laundering also provides illicit funds to finance terrorist activities.

  • Our Anti Money Laundering Acts

    DCOM MONEY EXPRESS is fully committed to remaining constantly vigilant to prevent the use of our products and services by those who would abuse them.

  1. Our Approach

    As a financial organization that offers money transfer world-wide, DCOM recognizes its obligation to join with governments, international organizations and other financial services organizations to close off the financial channels that money launderers and terrorist organizations use for their illicit purposes.

    We believes no customer relationship is worth compromising our commitment to combating money laundering or the financing of terrorist activities. To fulfill this commitment, we train employees in compliance practices and controls. We update our AML list daily from governments for ensuring that all our businesses are vigilant in detecting and preventing identified or potential money laundering and other suspicious activities that lead to the misuse of the financial system.

    We continuously strive to enhance our own policies and procedures, which we believe are among the best in the industry. In fact, we continue to lend our experience and ideas to, as well as lead, governmental and private-sector initiatives to help strengthen anti-money laundering policies world-wide.

  2. Our Anti-Money Laundering Philosophy

    Financial institutions can act to combat the risks of money laundering and assist governments in the identification of potential terrorist funding activities.

    Here are some of the things we do:

    * We have developed and continue to update policies and procedures that meet or exceed applicable legal and regulatory requirements, and continuously train employees in them;
    * We have established procedures to assist governments in identifying relevant information with regard to potential terrorist suspects identified by government agencies;
    * We have invested in, as well as developed on our own, technology that assists in the monitoring of transactions for the purpose of identifying possible suspicious activity; and
    * We recognize that preventing money laundering and identifying possible terrorist financing activities is an ongoing process that involves constant diligence and the ability to keep pace with the ever more-sophisticated schemes employed by criminals.

  3. Our Anti-Money Laundering Program

    DCOM has adopted a Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Policy that requires all our business partnerships to develop and implement effective programs to comply with applicable laws. We ensure that our Policy is appropriately applied throughout the company through the oversight of Managing Director and the staff dedicated to the task of combating money laundering.

  4. Our Continued Vigilance

    We continuously updates our policies and procedures, systems and technology, and we are training our staff to assure that we are well-equipped to combat money laundering and other financial crimes and assist governments in the war on terrorism. We are fully committed to remaining constantly vigilant to prevent the use of our products and services by those who would abuse them.

This policy was last modified on July 01, 2012.