GlobalNetint Invests in Strengthening Internal Control and Risk Management
Since mid-2020, the Bank of Lithuania has performed a targeted inspection and verification of the company, which included the implementation of capital, protection of customer funds, and prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing.
Following this inspection, the Bank of Lithuania imposed a fine of EUR 350,000 on the company for the identified past shortcomings.
The institution was allowed to continue providing financial services to all existing customers, limiting only the servicing of customers from the target territories, according to the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania, until the company receives a separate resolution of the Bank of Lithuania.
The institution emphasizes that the decision of the Bank of Lithuania will not have a negative impact on the sustainability of the institution's activities and its planned development.
Moreover, GlobalNetint has assessed that most of the identified deficiencies were eliminated prior to the decision of the Bank of Lithuania.
Lastly, the institution's consistent investment in technological and human resources ensures that shortcomings are not to be repeated and that all operational requirements are fully implemented. Between 2020 and 2021, the institution invested EUR 1.2 million in strengthening systems, automating processes, and attracting and retaining qualified competent specialists. As particular attention is paid to the professional development of existing employees and team development.
Liudvikas Kulikauskas, General Manager of Globalnetint, spoke for the Bank of Lithuania inspection at a press release:
"It is quite natural that the Financial Supervisory Authority of the Bank of Lithuania has decided to carry out an inspection of the institution - GlobalNetInt is one of the fastest growing financial market participants in Lithuania in terms of both the number of customers acquired and retained, and the turnover. The regulator places extremely high demands on all areas of compliance, and our goal, since the establishment of the institution, is to better understand and meet these changing requirements. All working in hand to become an example in this area with even more innovative solutions, and with the help of large investments, where already planned and ongoing investments account for more than 20% of annual turnover. We are grateful to the Bank of Lithuania for its close cooperation, which has helped us to pay more attention to areas for improvement and to prioritize actions."
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• E-Commerce trading
• Retail trading
• Taxi/Buss services
• Accomodation (hotels) services
• Restaurants and bars
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• Media, Affiliates
• Online Advertising
• Legal or notary practice
• Tax advisors and accountants
• IT development
• Intermediary services
• Precious/rare metals
• Jewelery and arts
• Audit services
• Delivery of future services including airlines
• Travel agencies and hotel bookings
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• Activities involving gambling
• Casino games
• Financial services
• Money transfer services
• Real Estate
• Well known dating sites
• Adult services (sale of goods, websites, etc.).
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