Office Hours: 10:00am-08:00pm

2308-Iris Bay – Business Bay
Dubai, United Arab Emirates


AML, UBO, and ESR are abbreviations related to financial and regulatory terms. Here’s a brief description of each

Anti-Money Laundering refers to a set of laws, regulations, and procedures designed to prevent the illegal generation of income and the concealment of the origins of that income through a series of transactions. The primary goal is to detect and prevent money laundering activities and the financing of terrorism.

The Ultimate Beneficial Owner is the individual who ultimately owns or controls a legal entity, such as a company or trust. Identifying the UBO is crucial in the context of anti-money laundering regulations and other financial compliance measures. Knowing the UBO helps authorities and financial institutions ensure transparency and prevent illicit financial activities.

Economic Substance Regulation refers to a set of rules and requirements that certain jurisdictions impose on entities operating within their jurisdiction. The purpose of ESR is to ensure that entities engaged in specific activities have substantial activities and operations in the jurisdiction where they are registered. The goal is to prevent the creation of shell companies for the purpose of tax evasion and other illicit activities.

These terms are particularly relevant in the financial and business sectors, where regulatory compliance and transparency are essential for maintaining the integrity of financial systems and preventing illicit activities such as money laundering and tax evasion.