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    Forms

     

    In this section you can find application forms, additional forms as well as fund and policy conditions that might be relevant and helpful for your investment choices.

    PRE-PURCHASE INFORMATION PACK LIFE POLICY APPLICATION
    FUND CONDITIONS OTHER FORMS

     

    Personal Data Updating – KYC (Know Your Customer)

     

    In order for EU regulated financial Institutions to comply with their regulatory requirements, they need to retain updated client data in their records, also known as KYC (Know Your Customer). Therefore, to fulfil Ancoria Insurance's obligations as an EU regulated financial institution and at the same time safeguard our customers’ interests, all data that we hold in our records for you must be kept up to date.
     

    Certifying Documents and Signatures

     

    Certifying means getting a document verified as a true copy of the original or verifying that the person indicated on a form as the signatory has signed that form in the presence of an authorised person. 

    Ancoria should be able to read the information on any certified document and where applicable, see the face of the person and the signature clearly.

    The stamp of the certifying institution and the name, signature and telephone number of the authorised person should be stated clearly on any officially certified document.

    Q&A 

    A. Why do I need to certify a document or signature?

    Certification is used to provide the recipient i.e. Ancoria Insurance, proof for the genuineness of any document or signature. It is particularly important for a company operating in an International environment to ensure the authenticity and integrity of the information provided by its clients. For this reason, certification for non physically present clients can only be done by officially certified persons/bodies and sent to Ancoria Insurance in original. 
     

    B. Who can officially certify my documents or signature?

    Authorised persons that can certify documents or signatures must be subject to mandatory professional registration and supervision with regards to compliance as per the requirements of the Cyprus Law and the European Union Directive. 

    Some examples of certifying persons/bodies are considered the following:

    •     The Police
    •     A Bank/Financial Institution
    •     An Embassy or Consulate
    •     A qualified lawyer, accountant or solicitor 
    •     A Notary 

    For residents of Cyprus, certification can be done by an Ancoria Insurance employee in person.

    Note: Certifications made by private persons, copy shops or libraries will not be accepted.
     

    C. How do I officially certify a document?

    1. Find the document that needs to be certified and make sure it’s valid.
    2. Photocopy the document and ensure the copy is clear enough to read.
    3. Take the original document and the copy to an authorised person from the list above, see B, for certification.
    4. The certifying person should confirm that the copy matches the original document by stating the following on the document: I hereby certify that this is a true copy of the original document.
    5. The name, signature and telephone number of the certifying person should be stated clearly on the certified document.
    6. The officially certified copy should always be officially stamped by the certifying body.
       

    D. How do I officially certify my signature on a form?

    1. Take the original form to an authorised body/institution from the list above, see B.
    2. Sign the form in the presence of a certifying person who is an employee of the authorised body/institution.
    3. The certifying person needs to confirm that the person indicated on the form as the signatory has signed the form in his/her presence by stating the following on the form: I hereby certify that this document has been signed by [full name of the policyholder], in my presence.
    4. The name, signature and telephone number of the certifying person should be stated clearly on the certifying document
    5. The certified form should always be officially stamped by the certifying body.
       

    E. Where do I send the documents?

    Send all Original and/or Certified documents by post to the following address:
     
    Ancoria Insurance Public Ltd
    P.O. Box 23415
    1683 Nicosia
    Cyprus
     

    Mandatory supporting documents for individuals

    Proof of identity

    • Provide an Officially Certified Copy of a valid passport or identity card.

    Please note that the personal details and photo need to be clearly shown on the officially certified copy and, if applicable, both sides of the ID need to be certified. You may also use the Certified True Copy of ID-document form as a template to certify an identity document.

    Proof of bank account holder

    • Provide an Original or Officially Certified Copy of a bank statement or other bank document, such as an IBAN Certificate, indicating that you are the account holder of the bank account(s) you have pre-registered with Ancoria or of the account you will request a payment to. Please contact customer service or log in to Ancoria Online if you are not sure about the account we have in our records.

    If you wish to pre-register a bank account for the first time you also need to fill in the Pre-registration of Bank Account form.

    Note: Ancoria may also accept a proof of bank account holder if it is emailed directly from the client’s banking institution to info@ancoria.com, stating the account details of the client and the details of the bank employee who is sending the information. 

    Proof of residential address

    The proof of residential address document should clearly state your name and address and match the residential address that has been provided to Ancoria. Please contact customer service or log in to Ancoria Online if you are not sure about the address we have in our records.
     
    If your residential address has changed you are also required to fill in and provide an  Address form in addition to the proof of residential address document.

    For Swedish residents

    • Provide a Copy of a utility bill (municipality/water/electricity/telephone/house insurance) or tenancy agreement confirming your permanent home address, not more than 3 months old.

    Note: For Swedish minors, an extract from the population registry (personbevis) also stating the names of the guardians is accepted as a proof of residential address.

    For International residents

    • Provide an Original or Officially Certified Copy of a utility bill (municipality/water/electricity /telephone / house insurance) or tenancy agreement confirming your permanent home address, not more than 3 months old.

    Economic profile updating

    If your economic profile or status needs to be updated you are kindly requested to contact customer service in order to obtain the update form you will need to provide.

    Mandatory supporting documents for legal entities

    You are kindly requested to contact customer service to obtain information about the necessary supporting documents to provide.

     

    For further information or any enquiries please call on +357-22 551 300 or send an email to info@ancoria.com and a member of our customer service will gladly assist you!

     

    ABOUT US
    Ancoria is an established Insurance Company, founded in 1987. The Company services the saving and investment requirements of an extensive list of international clients by specialising in customised and carefully designed Life Insurance Policies that are underpinned by investment opportunities in a wide range of funds, structured products and equity trading.
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    Phone: +357 22 551 300
    Fax: +357 22 498 592
    Sweden Toll-Free Number:
    0200 110 130
    Ancoria Insurance
    P.O. Box 23415
    1683 Nicosia
    Cyprus

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