Fidemont only accepts clients who have been approved by its internal compliance department after the former have submitted all relevant information about their personal and professional backgrounds, the origin of their assets and the nature of their business. At all times, Fidemont reserves the right to request additional “know your client” (KYC) information. Fidemont shall not accept certain categories of individuals or legal entities as clients, such as current or former government officers, politicians (in all cases, including their immediate families) and/or any other of individuals and companies with operations in or from countries subject to any UN or EC embargo or sanction. Furthermore, Fidemont shall not accept as a client any individual or company involved in gambling, weapons trading or sex-related industries.
Fidemont reserves the right to reject, at its sole discretion a potential client or to refuse to provide any further services to existing clients if, after proper assessment, Fidemont considers such services prejudicial to its own good name and standing, reputation or interests.
Fidemont works constantly with the client’s local legal and tax advisors of the jurisdiction under assessment.
Bearing in mind that international tax regulations are subject to constant changes, Fidemont strongly recommends that each potential client seek professional tax and legal advice in its country of origin and other countries where it operates before deciding on the use of any of our international corporate and financial structures. Fidemont neither provides any type of legal or tax advice in any jurisdiction nor is licensed to do so. You should consult your attorney and tax advisor regarding your personal circumstances. Alternatively, we can assist you with the provision of legal and tax advice and opinions from renowned firms of the jurisdiction in question.
The text in this document is intended only to provide the reader with a generic overview of information. For that reason, it cannot be taken as legal advice, counsel or recommendation of any nature and independent verification of its content is encouraged. It is not a substitute for obtaining professional legal, accounting, financial or other professional advice. Some of the products and services mentioned here may not be available to a particular client or jurisdiction, or may no longer be provided after the preparation of this text. Fidemont is not obligated to actively notify you of any changes to this text, and you should expressly verify its validity and content when you contact us.
As this is a generic and comprehensive approach, the special and particular interpretation of its content is the responsibility of each individual and is carried out under his or her own responsibility.
This document does not constitute and cannot be interpreted as an offer of services or as the tacit acceptance of any request for such services by a potential client.
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