Threesixty Elements strictly follow the AML rules of all contries we operate on and have external partners, which represent our services. All Threesixty Elements employees are required to periodically certify their understanding of and compliance with the contents of our internal Compliance Manual and policies, including the Code of Ethics. Employees receive regular training on topics such as market abuse and anti-money laundering and have an absolute duty to comply with the rules and laws of the jurisdictions in which we operate.

Above all, new international agreements involving a large number of countries have been coming into force recently in order to assist tax authorities to deter and detect tax evasion especially relating to assets held in countries where the owner is not resident for tax purposes.

These international agreements, when implemented, create a legal obligation requiring all financial institutions, including us, to:
  • -obtain extra information from customers;
  • -identify a possible connection, for tax purposes, with another country / other countries;
  • -establish the tax residence of all account holders; and
  • -report the financial account information for identified customers to the relevant tax authorities.

You can select the following links to read additional compliance information:
AML Policy Statement (PDF, 303KB)
Statement on bribery and corruption (PDF, 328KB)
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