AML Legislation definition

AML Legislation has the meaning assigned to such term in Section 9.19.
AML Legislation shall have the meaning provided in Section 13.20.
AML Legislation means the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (Canada) and other applicable anti-money laundering, anti-terrorist financing, government sanction and “know your clientApplicable Laws, whether within Canada or elsewhere, including any regulations, guidelines or orders thereunder.

Examples of AML Legislation in a sentence

  • Each Borrower and Guarantor shall promptly provide all such information, including supporting documentation and other evidence, as may be reasonably requested by any Lender or any prospective assignee or participant of a Lender, any Issuing Bank or any Agent, in order to comply with any applicable AML Legislation, whether now or hereafter in existence.

  • Alternative Currency Successor Rate: as defined in Section 3.6.3. AML Legislation: as defined in Section 14.19.Applicable Australian Borrower: (a) the Initial Australian Borrower or (b) any other Australian Borrower, as the context requires.

  • User undertakes to promptly provide or cause to be provided to Xerof or to KYC Service Provider all required information, including supporting documentation and other evidence, as may be reasonably requested by Xerof or its KYC Service Provider, in order to complete Xerof’s or the Service Provider’s KYC-Check to ensure compliance with applicable AML Legislation, whether now or hereafter in existence.

  • The Agent shall have received, at least 5 Banking Days prior to the Closing Date or such shorter period as the Agent may agree, all documentation and other information about the Obligors as shall have been reasonably requested in writing by the Agent at least 10 Banking Days prior to the Closing Date and as is mutually agreed to be required by U.S. and Canadian regulatory authorities under applicable “know your customer” and anti-money laundering rules and regulations, including AML Legislation.


More Definitions of AML Legislation

AML Legislation as defined in Section 14.17.
AML Legislation has the meaning specified in Section 10.19.
AML Legislation means all anti-money laundering, anti-terrorist financing, government sanction and "know your client" Laws in effect in any jurisdiction in which any Company carries on business or owns assets, including any guidelines or orders thereunder, specifically including the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (Canada).
AML Legislation has the meaning set forth in Section 10.8.
AML Legislation means the Proceeds of Crime Act 2008, the Anti-Terrorism and Crime Act 2003, the Terrorism (Finance) Act 2009 and the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Code 2013 all as amended or re-enacted from time to time and all and any legislation, statutory instruments and codes of practice in force from time to time relating to the prevention of money laundering or terrorist financing.
AML Legislation has the meaning specified in Section 17.15 of the Agreement.
AML Legislation shall have the meaning assigned to such term in Section 9.23(a).