Money Laundering Prevention

Multibank and Subsidiaries remains committed to preventing the crime of money laundering, terrorist financing and financing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.

Taking into account that money laundering, financing of terrorism and financing of the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction is a criminal offense and that generate social and economic problems to our country and around the world, Multibank and Subsidiaries reaffirm the ethical commitment of its shareholders, Board of Directors, senior management and staff, keep the diligence and care needed to prevent the operations of Multibank and Subsidiaries from being carried out with funds or funds from illicit activities by criminal organizations that obtain funds illegitimately or allocate funds to causes that threaten world peace and well-being.

Multibank and Subsidiaries have a Money Laundering Prevention Program based on standards issued by regulators and other authorities, the International Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Recommendations and best banking practices.

We make emphasis on our obligation to collaborate with the authorities, as set out in the laws, which include providing information to the Superintendency of banks, the financial analysis unit and the public prosecutor's Office, among others.

The institution always keeps in mind the principle of maintaining a high morale in work based on the ethical, honest and integrity of all its staff.