McCluskey Browne Solicitors

Anti-Money Laundering Statement

McCluskey Browne is committed to fulfilling its obligations under the Money Laundering Regulation 2017, the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and Anti-Terrorism Laws.

We carry out enquiries to establish and verify clients identity at the stage of client take on and on an ongoing basis.  We normally require sight of original documentation although may use external reference agencies as part of this diligence process.

We require evidence of the source of funds involved in a transaction and accept no responsibility for any delay in the transaction while this information is awaited.

We must report any suspicion or knowledge regarding Money Laundering or the Proceeds of Crime to the relevant Authorities. We are not permitted to notify you that we may have done so and our duty to report may take priority over any duty of confidentiality.