their responsibilities under the relevant firm's arrangements made under this sourcebook, including those for obtaining sufficient evidence of identity, recognising and reporting knowledge or suspicion of money laundering and use of findings of material deficiencies;
A relevant firm should provide information, whether recorded in writing or otherwise, which:
Contravention of (1) may be relied on as tending to establish contravention of ML 6.2.1 R.
Compliance with (1) may be relied on as tending to establish compliance with ML 6.2.1 R.
Staff are likely to need information about the ways in which their clients' involvement in money laundering may affect bank and other accounts and other assets, in particular if a relevant firm decides it is unable to process transactions, because of the risk of committing a money laundering offence. They are also likely to need information about the ways in which the relevant firm may itself be at risk if (without the consent of NCIS) it processes transactions which involve the proceeds of crime.