SAS: Customer Due Diligence – Turning the tables on fraud

Customer due diligence (CDD) refers to the requirements that banks and other financial institutions must adhere to when they’re doing business with you. Specifically, they have to collect and document information that confirms you are who you claim to be and that the transactions to your account are made by you. What’s in it  for you and how can you help?

How is my information used?

When you open a new account with a financial institution, you’ll be asked to provide your name, birthdate

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