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Anti-Money Laundering

WEIR is committed to ensuring that it has adequate controls to counter money laundering activities and terrorist financing activities, in
line with the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (information on the Payer) regulations 2017.
Risk sensitive policies and procedures have been established in order to anticipate and prevent money laundering and terrorist financing.

A risk sensitive or risk-based approach is where businesses assess the risk of customers laundering money through their business.
Whilst Weir take the starting point that most customers will not launder money, we do identify criteria that may indicate a higher risk of money laundering – e.g. where there is no face-to-face meeting to establish identity.