Effortless Onboarding & AML CDD
As an AML Reporting entity you must carry out Ongoing Customer Due Diligence (OCDD) on clients you have an ongoing relationship with. The 2Shakes OCDD report helps you identify who you need to do OCDD on. It reports a range of trigger events, time periods or types of customers easily find who is due for OCDD. Then 2Shakes helps you perform Ongoing Customer Due Diligence and record it, with options to do a full review, update or re-do of existing Due Diligence.
Best of all – the OCDD report is included for free with the existing charges you pay as part of any 2Shakes paid plan. Even if you have multiple OCDD renewals for a client. You only pay for any additional electronic add-ons you decide to use, that are charged as usual.
On this page you can find information on:
• Who is due for Ongoing Customer Due Diligence (OCDD report)
• Performing OCDD on clients
2Shakes has a range of online support to help you:
When and who you do Ongoing Customer Due Diligence reviews on is part of your AML programme.
OCDD should be done if there is a trigger or after an elapsed period of time. A trigger is a material change you become aware of, maybe during an annual review or after talking to the client. Section 31 of the AML Act requires you to ‘regularly’ do ongoing customer due diligence and account monitoring. What regular means is really up to you and your programme.
A common seen example would be for an AML programme to set a 1 year review for high risk customers, and a 2 year review for all other customers. Events like a change in business operation, address, ownership or management can also be trigger a review.
AML Audit findings can also trigger the need to do Ongoing customer due diligence reviews to correct any CDD issues the auditor found. For example re-doing Identity verification to biometric with PEP, to ensure compliance with the updated Identity verification code of practice.
With Sign Up and AML, the OCDD is done along with an updated Agreement. This is really useful to meet professional standards on client engagement/re-engagement. So doing OCDD at the same time as updating the client Agreement (along with changes to your services, fees, and possibly Ts and Cs) makes sense.
Open the ongoing customer due diligence report by using the AML drop down menu from the top navigation bar and selecting Ongoing CDD.
The OCDD Report keeps track of completed ongoing customer due diligence from one place. You can find clients who have not had CDD reviewedin the last 3, 6, 12, 18 or 24+ months, as well as show clients who:
and any clients who:
The report uses icons to show you which search criteria matched for each client on the report. The report shows OCDD disabled clients with a grey AML icon instead of black.
OCDD Report Example:
In the example above, the search is for clients whose CDD has not been reviewed for 3 months AND any clients whose passports have expired. Even though the two clients’ CDD has been updated within 3 months, they show in the report because they have expired passports. The OCDD report also tell us:
When selected, expired passports and OCDD not required will show in your search results regardless of the selected time frame. Search results show matches from the criteria group on the left AND any criteria selected on the right.
From the OCDD report you click on a client to review the most recent due diligence. You can then update or change the information an perform OCDD from the client management page.
OCDD for a Client can be switched off and on at any time. Use the Disable Ongoing CDD feature to show you don’t need to carry out Ongoing Due Diligence for this customer. For example, you don’t have an ongoing business relationship with them because they were a one-off transaction or they are no longer a customer.
If you choose to disable OCDD, a note will also be committed to Notes & Files recording OCDD was turned off for that client. Clients that have OCDD disabled will have a grey AML icon when they appear in the OCDD report.
The OCDD flow retains historic IDVs and PEP check information. Plus, it analyses the previous IDV method, and either suggests an update in line with the latest guidance or keeps the previous IDV where it meets your needs. Whether you keep or re-do the IDV, you can still redo a PEP check as part of your OCDD.
Whether you use Sign Up with AML or AML Only, you can now:
You can perform OCDD by kickstarting the CDD flow for an existing client, with all previous information available.
The OCDD function becomes available on the Client Management page once the initial client group has all IDVs completed, and the overall status is Complete.
You can add or remove beneficial owners and update CDD information, all from the AML Page.
With companies that are clients, 2Shakes automatically shows you previous beneficial owners against a current Companies Office search, and helps you find the right people to ID verify.
For historic individuals within the client group, the page will display the method of ID verification used previously as well as suggests an update in line with the latest guidance material.
(Sign up with AML agreement)
Users can edit the IDV method for each historic person and decide whether to keep the existing ID and or re-do the PEP Check.
Individuals who are newly added to the client group will appear under any historic people. Their IDV method can be selected as usual.
Watch the video below to see Ongoing Customer Due Diligence being performed in 2Shakes.