Money transfer security

Our entire operation is fully regulated and in accordance with Anti-Money Laundering Laws. We follow strict compliance processes, maintain high standards for systems and procedures and safeguard our customer’s personal and financial information. We must comply with legal requirements to deter and detect financial crime, which includes money laundering and terrorist financing. This means that we operate in accordance to all relevant regulations and rules laid down by these authorities, crucial for any credible financial service provider and for your peace of mind.

Authorized by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (The FCA)

Covercy is authorized to onboard customers from all across Europe, EU countries, and the State of Israel. See below information about regulatory status in our districts of operation.

Europe – Authorized and regulated

Covercy Europe Limited 09447723 of Registered Address 5 Elstree Gate, Elstree Way, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, WD6 1JD England is authorized and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (The FCA) as an Authorized Payments Institution Reference number: 675000. Covercy Europe Limited is also a registered money service business by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC). To see our reference simply visit the HMRC Search Tool and enter the details: Company name – COVERCY EUROPE LIMITED Registration number – 12825487 Post code – W1T 1QD

Israel – Authorized and regulated

Covercy Technological Trading Ltd 515200657 of 94a Yigal Alon St Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel is authorized by the Israeli Ministry of Finance (MOF) as a Currency Services Provider in accordance with the Currency Services Provider Authority of the Capital Market, Insurance & Savings Department. Our currency services provider reference number is 72137. For further information regarding our license please visit the MOF official website under Currency Services Provider Authority.

Personal information

Covercy Europe Limited is registered with the UK Data Protection Act Registration (Ref ZA136526). The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is the UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights.

Bank level security

Covercy uses the same 256-bit encryption used by banks. Our practices are audited, monitored and verified by Howard Kennedy Law Firm, Barnea & Co. Law Firm and EY (Ernst & Young).

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