amnis is regulated as a payment institution in the EEA and is, as such, under the supervision of the Banking Supervision Section in Liechtenstein (FMA). The protection of client funds is regulated by segregated accounts, which are monitored by the supervisory authority as well as by the auditors.

In Switzerland, amnis is supervised by the VQF within the framework of the Money Laundering Act. The VQF is a self-regulatory organization recognized by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) and independently verifies compliance with the standards. Customer funds are systematically segregated from operational funds at all times in the interest of customers. In addition, customer funds are only held with partner banks with first-class credit ratings.

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