Funds: What proof of identity and residence do I need to provide?

When you invest with us, we will ask that you, or your financial adviser, provide us with proof of your identity and residence. This is really important as it helps us to verify your identity and to protect your account from fraud. As part of the Anti Money Laundering (AML) regulations, we have a responsibility to ensure we have the necessary procedures in place to deter criminals, by making it harder for them to use money laundering to conceal criminal activity. We understand that it can sometimes be inconvenient to provide this information but it is very important that we work together to help keep your investment safe. If we do not receive the correct AML documentation that allows us to verify your identity, your application could be delayed until the correct information is received.

If you are investing into a Premier Miton fund, we will ask you or your financial adviser to provide us with BOTH of the following:

-       Proof of your identity:       certified copy of a valid passport or driving licence
-       Proof of your address:       original (will be returned to you) or certified copy of your bank statement or utility bill which are less than six months old. We cannot accept internet based bank statements or utility bills.

If you are investing through a financial adviser, they will need to add the following wording to the copies of these documents:

  • For original documents that  DO NOT include a photo of you, such as a recent bank statement or utility bill: I certify that this is a true copy of the original document which I have seen.
  • For original documents that DO include photo identification, such as a valid passport or full driving licence: I certify that this is a true likeness of [your full name] and this is a true copy of the original document which I have seen.

Your financial adviser should then add their signature and below it, print their full name, occupation, business address and telephone number.

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