Chestertons is pleased to announce that each and every member of staff, sales, lettings and administrative, recently passed the UK based Anti-Money Laundering for Estate Agents training course and exam. Under Gibraltar’s AML laws, customer due diligence checks now have to be undertaken on all new tenants, purchasers, vendors and landlords entering into a business transaction via estate agents.
Mike Nicholls, Chestertons’ CEO commented “We ensure that all our staff are compliant with the new AML procedures and legislation that we must now adhere to in Gibraltar. AML is something that we want to take very seriously and must take very seriously”. He further noted “I am very proud of all my team, across all departments, for successfully passing the estate agency AML exam which had a pass mark of 75%”.
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