AML/CTF - Financial sanctions

Fight against money laundering and terrorist financing

 

According to Article 2(1) of the law of 23 December 1998  establishing a financial sector supervisory commission ("Commission de surveillance du secteur financier"), the CSSF is the competent authority for monitoring compliance with professional obligations relating to the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing by all persons subject to its supervision, without prejudice to Article 5 of the law of 12 November 2004 on the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing.

 

The section AML/CTF Regulation groups the Laws and regulations relating to professional obligations, as well as the CSSF circulars on the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing.

 

FAQs for private individuals and investors may be found in the " Investor Corner ".

 

Useful addresses concerning the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing are available in the section useful links.

 

 

International financial sanctions

 

The section international financial sanctions refers to the international financial sanctions with respect to the fight against terrorist financing as well as to all the other international financial sanctions. The CSSF is competent in this matter without prejudice to the competence conferred on the Ministry of Finance.

 

 

Consolidated lists of all the restrictive measures and prohibitions are available in the section useful links.