Segpay’s Compliance Team Stands on the Anti-Money Laundering Front Lines

Last year Segpay was re-authorized as a Payment Institution in the UK, and, by extension, the EU as well. It’s an important designation that tells merchants that a processor adheres to stringent governmental regulations around payment and data security, as well as anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorist financing laws. In the EU, payment processors who provide settlement to merchants require a license, highlighting the importance of demonstrating compliance with these laws to ensure funds are safe.

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