Risk Management System for Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing –SARLAFT–

Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing –LAFT– constitutes one of the most difficult problems that the country is currently facing, which is why our University in its statutes has framed in the Code of Ethics and Good Governance, we acquire the commitment against to legality and transparency with the adoption of measures to prevent crimes such as Money Laundering, Terrorism Financing –LAFT– and corruption from seeping into the institution and generating a very high risk that it is not willing to assume. We are committed to the prevention and control of risks, designing a policy to mitigate them.

Our policy for the operation of the SARLAFT, although it is part of regulatory compliance, also contributes to the control of factors that may lead, under the guise of legality, to carrying out operations with resources from illegal activities, which would affect our reputation. , and consequently the most precious asset of any institution, its prestige. Such policies allow the knowledge of clients, employees and suppliers, and facilitate preventive action before carrying out any type of relationship or perfection of a contract with natural or legal persons that are linked to this type of criminal behavior.

The National Superintendency of Health –SNS–, in circular 000009 of April 21, 2016, intends that health entities also unite and fight against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing –LAFT– and that a System of Risk Management for Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing –SARLAFT–.