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27.05.2015

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Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing Terrorism

Securities and Exchange Commission is the regulatory and supervisory authority of the securities market.

Pursuant to Article 86 paragraph 1 item 3 of the Law on Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing Terrorism („Official Gazette of the Montenegro", Nos. 14/07 and 14/12), Securities and Exchange Commission shall supervise the implementation of this Act and regulations adopted pursuant to the Act within the limits of their competence with respect to the following taxpayers:
- Investment Funds Management Companies and branches of foreign Investment Funds Management Companies;
- Pension Funds Management Companies and branches of foreign Pension Funds Management Companies;
- Brokers and branches of foreign brokers.

Securities and Exchange Commission is the first organization in Montenegro has adopted a list of indicators for identifying suspicious transactions 2004th year.

Also, the Securities and Exchange Commission was among the first adopted Guidelines on the analysis of risk of money laundering and procedures, "know your customer" and other procedures to identify suspicious transactions, on 28.11.2008. the laying down detailed conditions for making the procedures authorized participants in the securities market, Investment Funds Management Companies, Pension Funds Management Companies, Investment Funds, custody banks and other legal entities engaged in activities relating to securities as well as its professional activity, related to the recognition of suspicious transactions in the securities market.

In the framework of Twinning project MNO8 IB FI 01 "Strengthening the regulatory and supervisory capacity of the financial regulators" Securities and Exchange Commission adopted amendments to the Guidelines.

Furthermore, the Rules on Conduct of Business of Capital Market Participants ("Official Gazette of the Montenegro", No. 78/09 and 49/11) Securities and Exchange Commission, among other things, prescribed:
- Obligation of licensees to identify customers in compliance with the law governing anti-money laundering and financing terorrism and
- The licensee is authorized to refuse an order if a client suspected of money laundering and financing terrorism activities.

On 24.03.2006. the Securities and Exchange Commission with the Administration for the prevention of money laundering and financing terrorism has signed an Agreement on Cooperation for the exchange of information and mutual assistance on issues related to oversight of the securities market.

In May 2011. the Securities and Exchange Commission is in the Twinning project "Strengthening the regulatory and supervisory capacity of the financial regulators in Montenegro", along with the Central Bank of Montenegro, the Insurance Supervision Agency and representatives from the Netherlands produced a brochure dedicated to customers and employees in financial institutions.

February 9th 2012 Securities and exchange commission of Montenegro issued Guidelines for risk analysis aimed at preventing money laundering and terrorist financing for capital market participants.

Guidelines for risk analysis aimed at preventing money laundering and terrorist financing for capital market participants 

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Brochure "The money from the crime? No, Thanks!" for customers of financial institutions
Brochure "The money from the crime? No, Thanks!" for employees in financial institutions

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