Braathen & Partners AS is subject to the anti-money laundering regulations which require us to obtain information about all our customers. We therefore ask you to fill in this form and attach the accompanying documentation. All information we collect will be treated confidentially and in accordance with the Personal Data Act. We also point out that it may be necessary to provide additional information.

Self-certification by a contact person for a customer who is a legal person.

I understand that accountants have a reporting obligation pursuant to the Norwegian Money Laundering Act and for this reason are obliged to maintain an overview of who must be regarded as an undertaking’s beneficial owners and who must be regarded as politically exposed persons.

During my time as a contact person for the undertaking, I will help to keep accountants informed of any changes to the information below.

As far as I am aware, the following applies for the assignment relationship:

1. About beneficial owners

One or more natural persons who, directly or indirectly via other undertakings, either on their own or together with close family members:

2. About politically exposed persons (PEPs)


  • natural persons who may act on behalf of the undertaking
  • natural persons with a right of disposal in relation to the undertaking’s bank account or any depository
  • beneficial owners as mentioned above in point 1)

be regarded as a politically exposed person2 in relation to the definition below? Are any of these close family members2 or close business contacts of such a politically exposed person?

Definitions pursuant to the Norwegian Money Laundering Act:

  1. Beneficial owner: natural person who ultimately owns or controls the customer, or on whose behalf a transaction or activity is being conducted
  2. Close family member: parent, spouse, registered partner, co-habitant and child, as well as child’s spouse, registered partner or co-habitant.
  3. Politically exposed person: person who serves or has served in the position or function of:
  1. head of state, head of government, minister and assistant minister
  2. member of national assembly
  3. member of a governing body of a political party
  4. member of a high-level judicial body, the decisions of which are not subject to further appeal, except in exceptional circumstances
  5. member of the board of an auditor general’s office, a court of auditors or a central bank
  6. ambassador, chargé d’affaires or high-ranking officer of the armed forces
  7. member of an administrative, management or supervisory body of a state-owned enterprise
  8. director, member of the board or other person in the senior management of an international organisation.