German Money Laundering Act (GwG) made easy

The Money Laundering Act (GwG) is the German standard for combating money laundering and terrorist financing. With SECJUR's AML solution, you effectively implement the GwG requirements, maintain your financial integrity and save up to 67% of costs thanks to intelligent automation.

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The benefits of AML compliance for your business

Power global business

The regulatory framework of the Money Laundering Act enables secure international business, strengthens trust in companies and opens up entry into new markets.

Discourage fraud

The Money Laundering Act makes fraudulent activities more difficult - the listed legal safeguards protect your company from illegal activities and loss of reputation.

Maintain compliance

Compliance with the requirements of the Money Laundering Act prevents financial penalties.

Protect reputation

Compliance with money laundering regulations preserves your company's reputation as a trustworthy organization and promotes long-term business success.

One platform for your entire AML compliance

Your resources are precious - even when it comes to compliance. Our AML management system gives you significant cost and time savings through automation. Instead of tedious manual checks, SECJUR's automation solution takes over the process and automatically shows you suspicious transactions.

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Scalable solution through smart automation

Wenn es um die Prüfung von tausenden Transaktionen geht, ist eine leistungsstarke Automatisierung Gold wert. Das Digital Compliance Office (DCO) von secjur übernimmt die automatische KYC-Prüfung, analysiert Risiken und weist auf zweifelhafte Transaktionen hin. So wächst unsere Plattform mit Ihrem Transaktionenvolumen mit.

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Efficient case management via certified experts

Our AML solution is more than just a platform - it is the all-round answer to all things money laundering. With the Digital Compliance Office, you not only automate compliance processes but can also directly obtain qualified expert advice.

TÜV-certified money laundering officers

Practice-proven recommendations for action

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Our customers about SECJUR

Thanks to SECJUR, we have succeeded in building our ISMS quickly and reliably. We passed two external certification audits and are very thankful for the cooperation

Sabine Blumthaler
Managing Consultant GRC at XL2
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SECJUR's ISMS platform provides a future-proof solution for our compliance. The Digital Compliance Office is scalable [and] adapts to our information volume[...].

Martin Börner
Co-Founder, EarthScore
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Security and trust are at the core of our brand. We are pleased to have SECJUR as a strong compliance partner at our side.

Samuel Krüger
Founder & CEO, m2trust
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With SECJUR, we have found exactly what we were looking for in the area of data protection: a "data protection-as-a-service package" that is ideally suited to us and meets our requirements in every respect through the combination of a team of experts with the online platform Digital Compliance Office.

Nina Miller
Global Compliance Officer EMEA / APAC, Yunex Traffic
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SECJUR's Digital Compliance Office has helped us to effectively strengthen our data protection compliance without spending a lot of manpower. We are impressed by the user-friendly nature of the DCO and especially by the automated work results.

Marco Dassisti
Founder, kitchX
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Frequently Asked Questions

about the GwG

What is the German Money Laundering Act (GwG)?

The Money Laundering Act (GwG) is based on requirements of the European Union and is a legal framework aimed at combating money laundering and terrorist financing. It sets out rules and regulations to help companies and financial institutions identify risks, report suspicious transactions and take appropriate preventive measures.

Who is affected by the Money Laundering Act?

The Money Laundering Act affects a wide range of companies and institutions, including financial institutions such as banks and insurance companies, but also lawyers, notaries, real estate agents, auditors and other consulting professions. In general, all companies involved in financial transactions are affected.

What obligations do companies have under the Money Laundering Act?

Companies must comply with various obligations, including the implementation of internal policies, procedures and controls to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing. This also includes implementing customer identification procedures, monitoring transactions, reporting suspicious cases to the relevant authorities and training employees.

What are the consequences of non-compliance with the Money Laundering Act?

Failure to comply with the Money Laundering Act can have serious consequences. Companies that violate the regulations can be fined. In some cases, they may also face criminal penalties and the loss of their business license. In addition, the reputation of the company can be significantly damaged.

How can companies ensure that they comply with the Money Laundering Act?

To ensure that they comply with the Money Laundering Act, companies should develop and implement internal policies and procedures to combat money laundering and terrorist financing. The monitoring of transactions and the verification of customers can be done automatically for time and cost reasons, for example with sejcur's AML solution. This way, effective auditing across the board can be ensured.

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