Anti-Money Laundering / Counter Terrorist Financing / Economic Sanctions

Our Commitment

Fifth Third Bank is committed to complying with all applicable laws and regulations to combat money laundering and any activity which facilitates the funding of terrorism or other criminal enterprises.

Fifth Third Bank USA Patriot Act Certification

Fifth Third Bank has prepared a Global Certification for use by any financial institution that believes it requires a Patriot Act Certification from a Fifth Third Bank entity.

Anti Money Laundering Statement

Fifth Third Bank has implemented a Corporate Policy on Anti Money Laundering / Counter Terrorist Financing ("AML/CFT") and Economic Sanctions compliance to prevent its businesses from involvement in money laundering and terrorism financing.

Wolfsberg Group Questionnaire

The Wolfsberg Group is an association of global banks which seeks to develop financial services industry standards and principles for Know Your Customer, AML and CFT policies. Fifth Third Bank commits to the Wolfsberg Group principles.

Iranian Sanctions

For information about Fifth Third Bank's statement on Iranian Sanctions, please view

 Customer Notification Disclosure

Important Information About Procedures for Opening a New Account

To help fight terrorism funding and money laundering activities, financial institutions are required to obtain, verify and record information that identifies each individual or entity that opens an account or requests credit.

Individuals: When an individual opens an account or requests credit, we will ask for their name, residence address, date of birth, tax identification number and other information that allows us to identify them. We may also ask to see a driver's license, passport or other identifying documents.

Legal Entities: When a corporation, partnership, trust or other legal entity opens an account or requests credit, we will ask for the entity's name, physical address, tax identification number and other information that will allow us to identify the entity. We may also ask to see other identifying documents, such as certified articles of incorporation, partnership agreements or a trust instrument.