Updated workbooks and instructions for the RA data collection published | National reporting (Virati)
The updated data collection application and workbooks for the reporting of risks concerning the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing and related controls (RA, Risk assessment questionnaire) are available for downloading in the Jakelu Distribution Service.
The reporting obligation for the RA data collection is extended to non-life insurance companies and virtual currency providers:
- Non-life insurance companies belonging to category of reporting institutions 420
- Virtual currency providers belonging to category of reporting institutions 801.
The data collection has been updated by clarifying some response alternatives and responding instructions.
Reporting institutions which have had either no activities in 2021 or customers subject to customer due diligence in accordance with chapter 3, section 2 of the AML Act must nevertheless submit a zero report.
The reference date of data collected is 31 December 2021. The reporting deadline is 28 February 2022.
As a reminder, payment service providers (types of reporting institution 257, 258 and 259) must choose between two reporting templates – RA02 and RA03. The RA03 template is completed only by institutions which do not provider other payment services than money remittance. All other payment service providers complete the RA02 template.
Furthermore, please fill in the contact details of the contact person for the reporting institution in the field Contact info of person responsible for the information.
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