What documents should be obtained from Limited Liability Companies for (Know Your Customer) KYC purposes?

For registered Limited Liability Companies in accordance with Regulation 16 of the Financial Obligations Regulations (FORs) :

Certificate of Incorporation or Certificate of Continuance;

Articles of Incorporation;

Identification documents for all directors and authorized account signatories;

Most recent Annual Returns;

Management Accounts or;

Cash Flow projections for at least 3 years (for companies registered less than 3 years)

Signed Director’s statement outlining the nature of the company’s business;

Evidence of authority to enter into the business relationship e.g. copy of the Board Resolution giving authorization to signatories;

Power of Attorney or other authority where applicable;

Company Bye Laws where applicable.

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What should a complete file of a Car Dealer contain

As you know, car dealers are considered “listed businesses” under Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations in Trinidad and Tobago. This post should be helpful if you want to create a checklist for your Car Sales files.

Quotation

Sales Tax Invoice

 Bank Financing Approval (where applicable)

Receipt(s)

Insurance Cover Note

For registered Limited Liability Companies in addition to the above):

Certificate of Incorporation or Certificate of Continuance;

Articles of Incorporation;

Identification documents for all directors and authorized account signatories;

Most recent Annual Returns;

Management Accounts or;

Cash Flow projections for at least 3 years (for companies registered less than 3 years)

Signed Director’s statement outlining the nature of the company’s business;

Evidence of authority to enter into the business relationship e.g. copy of the Board Resolution giving authorization to signatories;

Power of Attorney or other authority where applicable;

Company Bye Laws where applicable

For Individuals:

Two valid forms of unexpired government issued identification;

Job letter and payslip;

Utility bill.

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How do you create Cash Flow Projections to open Business Business Bank Account ?

There are two important aspects of a Cash Flow Projection:

1.An estimation of the total income that the business will receive in 1 month;

2.An estimation of all the expenses incurred by the business in 1 month.

Income

In order to determine the income that your business generates, you should be keeping a great record of all the money that you receive. It can be as simple as having a receipt book or using an excel sheet to list the amount of money earned. It can be more sophisticated by using accounting software or an application on your phone. As a business owner you must keep track of all the cash earned in order to determine how to make improvements to ensure that the business is sustainable.

Expenses

You should also have a well maintained record of the money that you are spending to further the business. You may keep a folder to store all receipts and log the respective sums in it. You may find that some expenses are fixed and are incurred monthly. Some examples of expenses are travelling expenses, raw materials.

You will basically subtract your expenses from your income to show whether the business is making a profit or a loss.

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