Anti-money laundering: prevention and surveillance | CDP

Anti-Money Laundering

CDP is among the entities engaged in financial activities subject to the Legislative Decree n. 231 of 2007, in order to promote at a national level, in compliance with European Directive, the prevention of the use of the financial system for the purpose of laundering the proceeds of crime and financing of terrorism.

Customer Due Diligence
In order to provide their relevant data and information relating Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Bribery and International Sanctions, the Customers, not included in the categories of Sovereign Entities and other governmental bodies, can access the "Customer Due Diligence system" by completing the registration procedure at the following link:

Customer Due Diligence System registration

Alternatively and where applicable, the Customers can complete and submit the following forms: 

  • CDD Form: Form to be used from Customers not included in the category of Public Entities and other bodies governed by public law;
  • CDD Sovereign Entities: Form to be used from Customers included in the categories of Sovereign Entities and other governmental bodies;
  • CAML DD FORM: When required, this form allows Counterparties and/or Beneficiaries to comply, acknowledge and agree with CDP’s principles and standards for preventing money-laundering, terrorism financing, tax avoidance, international sanctions and bribery and corruption.
  • CAML DD FORM - FUNDS: Form to used when CDP invests in funds or other investment vehicles.

Abstract Group Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Policy - The document provides a summary of the general rules that CDP and the Group Companies are required to implement in order to concretely fulfill AML obligations and to give effect to the principle of the risk-based approach on the various relevant profiles regarding organizational structures, procedures and internal controls, due diligence and data retention.