ASB Compliance Committee

The most important activities of the ASB Compliance Committee are: providing expert assistance to banks in interpreting and implementing laws, regulations and international standards relevant to the field of ​​compliance; finding expert solutions in specific cases; participation in drafting legislation and standards in this field; organising expert discussions on drafts and proposals of relevant laws, by-laws and other regulations and standards, remarks and suggestions for the improvement of certain provisions of drafts and bills, by-laws and other acts, initiating changes or adopting new regulations. A key priority in the Committee's work is to contribute to the creation of a more practical legal framework for the more efficient and secure operation of banks in areas relevant to compliance. The cooperation with the National Bank of Serbia, the Ministry of Finance, the Directorate for the Prevention of Money Laundering, the Commissioner for Personal Data Protection and other independent bodies and bodies of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, other state bodies and organisations relevant to ​​compliance is certainly one of its most significant activities. The organisation of professional meetings, conferences, workshops and meetings of representatives of commercial banks, is another aspect of its operations. The ASB Compliance Committee initiated the organisation of working groups for AML, personal data protection and complaints from clients, and they are actively working in the fields for which they were formed.

The ASB Compliance Committee comprises the representatives of the following banks:

  1. Banca Intesa a.d. Belgrade
  2. OTP Bank a.d. Novi Sad
  3. AIK group
  4. Raiffeisen bank a.d. Belgrade
  5. Unicredit bank Serbia a.d. Belgrade
  6. NLB Komercijalna bank a.d. Belgrade
  7. Postal Savings Bank a.d. Belgrade
  8. Erste bank a.d. Novi Sad
  9. Halkbank a.d. Belgrade
  10. Yettel bank a.d. Belgrade
  11. API Bank a.d. Belgrade


National Bank of Serbia:
Administration for the Prevention of Money Laundering:
Commission for Protection of Competition:
Commissioner for Personal Data Protection:

UPSN Search Engines - UN Security Council

The Anti-Money Laundering Administration, in cooperation with the Mihajlo Pupin Institute - Computer Systems, has developed a search engine that lists the persons subject to United Nations sanctions, i.e. "marked persons". The search engine allows all interested persons to quickly and easily check whether they are in contact, i.e. have business cooperation with the mentioned category of persons, in order to timely implement the actions and measures prescribed by the Law on Restriction of Disposal of Property in order to prevent terrorism and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction ("Official Gazette of the RS”, No. 41/2018). This search engine allows you to directly search the UN Security Council list of flagged persons in relation to Resolutions 1267 (1999), 1989 (2011) and 2253 (2015) regarding ISIL, Al-Qaeda and related individuals, groups of persons, businesses and other entities, Resolution 1718 (2006) and successor resolutions on the DPRK, as well as Resolution 1988 (2011) on the Taliban and related individuals, groups of persons, businesses and other entities. You can find the search engine at:

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