Money service businesses or trust or company service providers should use form MLR101 only if they're not yet registered online.
Ref: MLR101 PDF, 226KB, 1 page
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If you have registered using the online service, there’s no need to send form MLR101 for responsible persons. The fit and proper test is part of the online registration. You’ll have paid the appropriate fees when you applied to register.
Use form MLR101 to apply for the fit and proper test as part of your registration with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) if you’re not yet registered online.
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Published: 4 April 2014
Updated: 9 February 2017
- If you've registered online, there's no need to complete form MLR101 for responsible persons.
- Welsh MLR101 added to the page.
- Text edited on the landing page.
- First published.