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We want to be a reliable partner to you. In order to maintain the best client relationship, it’s important for your data at the bank to always be up to date, and the bank will also request additional information about specific transactions if necessary.
The law requires banks to know their customers. We must comply with the Know Your Customer principle. We act in your best interests when we follow this principle and request data from customers. We want to be a reliable partner to you. In order to maintain the best client relationship, it’s important for your data at the bank to always be up to date, and the bank will also request additional information about specific transactions if necessary.
The Know Your Customer principle proceeds from the following legal provisions:
All banks check and have the right and obligation to check the origin of the assets of their customers pursuant to the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prevention Act. The bank is obliged to understand how the client has earned the existing assets, and, in certain situations, the origin of the assets used in a specific transaction. When you receive the respective letter from the bank, the easiest thing to do is explain in your response to the bank how you became the owner of the money and, if possible, enclose the documents that prove this. Such documents may be a statement of your account in another bank, a purchase and sales contract, succession documents, loan agreements, etc.
In addition to an effective identity document and contact details, the bank asks each client to provide additional information, such as:
You can update your data in our Internet bank or by visiting a branch of Coop Pank (you will find the locations of the branches here).
Sometimes, our data change. This is why we advise you to check your data as soon as they change or when the bank asks you to do so. This is the only way we can ensure that your important data are always up to date.
Coop Pank regards all data as confidential. We may transmit the data of our clients only in the cases stipulated by law.
We cannot provide the requested services to clients in certain cases if they haven’t given us enough information.
Heads of state, heads of government, ministers and deputy or assistant ministers
President, prime minister, minister, assistant minister, secretary-general, heads of European Union institutions (e.g. European Commissioners)
Members of parliament or members of other similar legislative bodies
Member of the Riigikogu, members of the European Parliament
Members of the managing bodies of political parties
Management board/council of political parties represented in the Riigikogu
Members of supreme courts
Judge of the Supreme Court, judge of the European Court of Justice
Members of the supervisory boards of the National Audit Office and central banks
Auditor General, Governor of Eesti Pank, member of the European Court of Auditors, members of the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank
Ambassadors and chargés d’affaires
Senior officers of the Defence Forces
Commander of the Defence Forces, Chief of the Defence Forces, Commander of the General Staff of the Defence Forces, Deputy Commander of the Defence Forces
Members of the management board and administrative or supervisory bodies of public undertakings
Member of the management board or member of the supervisory board of a company where the state’s holding exceeds 50%
Another person entrusted with prominent public functions
Mayor, deputy mayor or person in a similar position, chairman of the council of Tallinn, Tartu, Pärnu, Narva, Kohtla-Järve, Jõhvi
Heads, deputy heads and other members of the managing bodies of international organisations or persons performing similar functions who are not middle or lower-level officials