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KYC Compliance made fast, secure and systematic

Everything gathered on a clear and user-friendly platform. Documentation always in accordance with applicable legislation.

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Automatic credit assessment and bankruptcy notification

Make informed decisions and be notified of bad payers, bankruptcies and fraudulent companies and avoid losses, debt collection and wasted work hours.

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In full compliance

Creditro Comply with ease and security. Receive necessary data, meet AML-legislation, and combat fraud with our real-time cloud-based technology.

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Reduce time used by 95%

Save time with Creditro Comply's automation of KYC processes. An average check takes only 5 minutes, giving you more time for your customers.

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Simple and intuitive

Simplify your KYC & AML compliance process with our user-friendly platform. User-friendly journey, one dashboard, live support, and integrations with numerous solutions.

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Creditro helps businesses save time on demanding KYC/AML processes. Book a demo where we will walk you through our solution tailored to your company and its specific needs.

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Need clarification on KYC?

What is KYC verification?

A KYC verification of a customer requires that you can document that you know your customer; This includes, among other things, control of identity and financial activities and identifying the risk posed by individual customers.

Read more about the KYC process in the article: What is KYC?


Why is KYC required?

KYC is part of the Money Laundering Act. The Money Laundering Act is, in its simplicity, about reducing economic crime and money laundering. KYC is a crucial concept here. It is a requirement that companies subject to the Money Laundering Act must get to know their customers to avoid everything from money laundering to you as a company not doing business with criminals.

When you establish an effective KYC process, it helps to comply with the Money Laundering Act and to be able to secure an effective business model in your organization.

Read about the difference between AML and KYC in our article: The difference between KYC and AML


What are KYC documents?

KYC documents are documentation of identity. Most often the identity information will include:

Name, CPR or CVR number, depending on whether it is a natural or legal person.

Information that describes the desired customer relationship

Information that describes the customer's business and activities

After that, a reliable source must validate the information. The documents must be verified against other sources validating the customer's identity; this can, e.g., be an address or a passport.

Thereby, the customer knowledge procedure will be able to describe what the company must do to say that they know their customers. Know your customer is also known as KYC.

Read more about accountant Ghazwan Chikh Youssef's experience with audits and the importance of KYC documents in this article: