How can online identity verification help Hong Kong businesses?

Changes to Hong Kong AML/CTF rules are changing how to approach KYC and electronic identity verification.

Customer due diligence (CDD) is evolving in Hong Kong. In the face of tougher anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist funding regulations worldwide, the region is seeking greater inclusion in the global financial sector by implementing online identity verification (IDV) as a viable alternative to face-to-face verification.
Download this reference paper to learn more about:


  • Current money laundering and terrorist funding legislation
  • CDD and identity verification requirements
  • Hong Kong's regulatory landscape
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Download the
Hong Kong AML/CTF
Reference Paper

Customer due diligence (CDD) is evolving in Hong Kong. In the face of tougher anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist funding regulations worldwide, the region is seeking greater inclusion in the global financial sector by implementing online identity verification (IDV) as a viable alternative to face-to-face verification.
Download this reference paper to learn more about:


  • Current money laundering and terrorist funding legislation
  • CDD and identity verification requirements
  • Hong Kong's regulatory landscape

As new threats continue to emerge, the frequency and scope of new regulation will only increase.

John Smith