Account Verification

The know your client guidelines in financial services requires that professionals make an effort to verify the identity, suitability, and risks involved with maintaining a business relationship. Regulations are becoming increasingly strict for financial institutions to better verify customer identities during the opening and maintenance of accounts. KYC policies require “reasonable due diligence” to know (and retain) the essential facts concerning every customer.

To complete your live account application, you must provide:

  • A scanned copy photo driving license that shows your current address.
  • A clear and readable copy of one document from List A and one document from list B below:

Identification verification documents

  • Valid passport
  • Valid photo driving license
  • Valid national ID card

Residency verification documents

  • Bank statement in your name posted to your residential address (no online accounts)
  • Mortgage statement in your name
  • Utility bill (please note we cannot accept final demands, reminders, online accounts, or mobile phone bills)

All documents should be dated within the last three months. We need to see the complete records. Online bank statements printed and stamped at the bank branch will be accepted.


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BI Level World LTD, The Trust Company Complex, Ajeltake Road, Ajeltake Island, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands, MH 96960

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