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Cooperation with the CPMLMO
Article 21 of Law 10/2010 of 28 April on the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing establishes that obliged subjects shall supply the documentation and information required of them by the Commission for the Prevention of Money Laundering and Monetary Offences (CPMLMO) and its support bodies, Sepblac included, in the exercise of their power.
To this end, obliged subjects shall put in place systems allowing them to respond fully and rapidly to enquiries by the CPMLMO, its support bodies and other legally competent authorities regarding whether they maintain or have maintained during the previous ten years a business relationship with specified natural or legal persons and regarding the nature of that relationship.
Natural or legal persons holding the status of obliged subject in the terms set forth in article 2 of Lay 10/2010 of 28 April.
By electronic means (only for credit institutions)
In general, documentation and information requirements submitted by Sepblac to banks, savings banks, cooperative banks and branches in Spain of foreign credit institutions shall be processed via electronic means by using the CLT software.
To this end, the CTL software, together with the regulation regarding its use and a user guide, is distributed by Sepblac to those obliged subjects that must report via electronic means.
- CTL software updateFor a correct functioning, make sure to install the following update on all computers with the CTL software already installed on.
For the sole purpose of accessing to the suspicious transactions reporting system by electronic means, banks, savings banks, credit cooperatives and branches in Spain of foreign credit institutions must submit the following documentation in hard copy:
- Form 22-5 “Comunicación de datos para la inclusión en el sistema de intercambio telemático – Aplicación CTL“ duly completed and signed by the representative or the authorized person by the representative to Sepblac of the obliged subject that must report via electronic means.
- Document containing the details of the digital certificate created by the CTL software.
- Document containing the signature of the representative or the authorized person by the representative to Sepblac of the obliged subject that must report via electronic means.
The documentation required for the purposes of accession to the suspicious transactions reporting system by electronic means must be submitted in hard copy to the following address:
Calle Alcalá, 48
28014 Madrid Spain
At the same time to the submission of the documentation required for the purposes of accession to the suspicious transactions reporting system by electronic means, obliged subjects shall send the file with the extension .der created by the CTL software to the e-mail address detailed in the user guide sent together the software.
When, due to its expiration, a certificate used by the CTL software need to be renewed, obliged subjects that must report via electronic means will need to follow the instructions provided during the process of accessing to the electronic reporting system.
In person / By post (only for obliged subjects other than credit institutions)
Documentation and information requirements submitted by Sepblac by postal mail shall be responded in hard copy and directly through its representative or the authorized person of the representative to Sepblac to the following address:
Calle Alcalá, 48
28014 Madrid Spain
Alternatively, these documents can be directly presented to the General Registry of the Bank of Spain, located in the aforementioned address.
Requirements by Sepblac specify the documentation to be supplied or the circumstances that have to be reported, and expressly state the term in which these should be presented.
At the end of the submission period for the required documentation or information, if the latter has not been supplied or is incomplete due to the omission of data hampering proper review of the situation, this obligation shall be deemed as breached.