Cross partners Limited

MAY 24, 2021


Cross partners Limited (hereinafter the “Company”) appreciates the trust placed by the Client in the Company, and is therefore committed to protect its Users as well as comply with all applicable laws.

The Company is required to comply with the provisions of the current legislation on combating the legalization of funds obtained by criminal means and terrorist financing – set forth in the Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prevention Act (hereinafter referred to as the “AML Act”).

Cross partners Limited is based in Marshall Islands and therefore is supervised in matters of prevention of money laundering by the laws of Marshall Islands.

Under the AML Act, all financial institutions are required to collect, verify and store data identifying the account holder to help public authorities throughout the world to combat money laundering and terrorist financing. In accordance with the applicable domestic laws of Marshall Islands, as well as international legislation, the Company has developed and uses its internal policies namely “Anti Money Laundering & Know Your Customer policy” (hereinafter referred to as –“Policy”), aimed at countering the financing of terrorism and legalization of funds coming from crime.

The AML & Terrorist Prevention regulations are based on the Fifth Directive on the prevention of money laundering.

On June 19, 2018, the Fifth Directive on the prevention of money laundering (Directive (EU) 2018/843), which amended the Fourth Directive, was published in the Official Journal of the European Union, establishing January 10, 2020 as the limit date for the Member States to transpose that Directive.

Specifically, the appearance of the Fifth Directive has resulted in the inclusion as “Obligated subjects” of entities that provide virtual currency services, that is exchange services (between FIAT currency and virtual currency) and wallet custody services; both activities carried out by Cross partners Limited.

The terms used and not defined herein are related to those that are used in Our Privacy Policy


Illicit financial flows can damage the integrity, stability and reputation of the Company. The purpose of this Policy is to prevent the Company from being used, intentionally or unintentionally, for money laundering activities or terrorist financing activities. KYC and AML procedures shall also enable the Company to know and understand its Users and its financial dealings better which, in turn, will help it to manage the risks prudently. The purpose of the Policy is, among others, to ensure that the customers participating in financial transactions using the website or platform of the Company will pass the necessary verification procedures and provide the required lists of identification data. The Company takes responsibility to closely monitor suspicious activity and transactions and promptly report of such activities to the appropriate authorities (Marshall Islands Intelligence Units).

Thus, this Policy has been set forth by the Company for the following purposes:



The Company’s verification procedure, has been created in compliance with international standards and requirements, and works as follows:

The Company’s identity verification procedure requires the User to provide the Company or its contractors with reliable, independent source documents, data or information (e.g., national ID, international passport, bank statement, utility bill, etc.). For this purpose, the Company reserves the right to collect and store personal data and all information needed related to the Users of the services.

To confirm the authenticity of the documents and information provided by Users, the Company shall take all the necessary steps. In this sense, all legal and accessible methods for double-checking identification information will be used.

The Company reserves the right to verify the User’s identity in an on-going basis, especially when the identification information has been changed or the Client’s activity seems suspicious (unusual for the particular User).

User’s identification information and documentation will be collected, stored, shared and protected strictly in accordance with the Company’s Privacy Policy and in compliance with the applicable laws and regulations.

Once the User’s identity has been verified, the Company may remove itself from potential legal liability associated with subsequent actions of Users.


The Compliance Officer is the person, duly authorized by the Company, whose duty is to ensure the effective implementation and enforcement of this Policy.

It is the Compliance Officer’s responsibility to supervise the actions and measures adopted by the Company in order to ensure anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing. The activity of the Compliance officer includes, but is not limited to:

The Compliance Officer is entitled to interact with law enforcement involved in prevention of money laundering, terrorist financing and other illegal activity.

The Company has the right to hire independent, duly authorized contractors for the purpose of compliance with this Policy.


The Company, in line with the international legislation, has adopted a risk-based approach to combat money laundering and terrorist financing in all its possible or potential manifestations. By adopting a risk-based approach, the Company is able to ensure that measures to prevent or mitigate money laundering and terrorist financing are commensurate with the identified risks.

This principle leads to using the resources in accordance with priorities, that is giving the highest attention where there are greatest risks.

As regards the risk assessment, referred to above, the Company shall:

As part of the User risk assessment, the following will act as Money Laundering Warning Signs based on guidance provided by the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prevention Act and Financial Action Task Force (FATF) – an international body set up to combat money laundering:

In case of making a transaction with a client of a private limited company or establishing a business relationship, if the value of the client’s transactions in a calendar month exceeds 1000 euro, regardless of whether the financial liability is fulfilled in a single payment or in the amount of several interrelated payments in a period of up to one month or an equivalent amount in another currency, the degree of risk of money laundering and terrorist financing must be assessed and, accordingly, the appropriate diligence measures will be applied.


The User is obliged under this Policy:

The User guarantees the legal origin, legal ownership and availability of the actual right to use the cryptocurrency used or transferred by the User.


The Company reserves the right to investigate certain Users who have been determined to be risky, suspicious or resident in geographical areas of higher risk.

In case of suspicious or fraudulent fund replenishments, including any returns or cancellations of pre-orders or provision of incomplete or incorrect information, the Company also reserves the right to cancel any existing pre-order, to block the User’s account, to cancel results of any financial operations performed by the User and to investigate operations of doubtful nature.


Refusal by the Company to carry out suspicious operations will not lead to the Company being responsible before the User and / or other third parties. Non-execution will not result in any liabilities in relation to the User.

The Company at its sole discretion may terminate the User’s account or refuse to carry out any pre-orders or applications if the Company or its contractors discover non-compliance of this Policy or other internal rules.

To ensure that the information that the Company holds of its customers is always accurate and up to date, the Company shall, upon its sole discretion, determine the periodicity at which each User shall be, upon request, obliged to provide their KYC information to continue using the Company’s products and services.

7. Institutional declaration on money laundering

Cross partners Limited Principles on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

Cross partners Limited, its affiliates and trusted businesses are committed to follow all national and international legal initiatives and legislations to prevent money laundering, terrorist financing and other financial crimes.

Cross partners Limited has its headquarters in Marshall Islands and is supervised in matters of prevention of money laundering by the laws of Marshall Islands.

The company has designed and implemented a money laundering prevention program based on Marshall Islands regulations and international standards.

The Cross partners Limited prevention program consists of the following: