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Considerations in adopting GPG45 for financial services Digital ID KYC ID Verification
This OIX Discussion Document examines a number of considerations regarding the alignment of GPG45 and JMLSG Guidelines for AML KYC ID Proofing from a number of perspectives:
- Mapping GPG45 Evidence Strength Scores to the implied equivalents in JMLSG Guidelines.
- When can a single ID Document be used under JMLSG Guidelines?
- Minimum GPG45 Score required for Validation
- Minimum GPG45 Score required for Verification
- Which GPG45 ‘Low’, ‘Medium’, ‘High’ or ‘Very High’ profiles are suitable for AML KYC?
- Ensuring maximum number of users can use a Digital ID for AML KYC purposes, including leveraging online banking logon to achieve AML KYC compliance.
Throughout the document there are a number of conclusions drawn by the author on the GPG45 component level scores that should be acceptable to achieve JMLSG compliance.
These conclusions are then used to determine which GPG45 profiles are therefore acceptable under JMLSG guidelines today.
This discussion document then goes on to make a number of suggestions that, if implemented, will improve alignment between GPG45 and the JMLSG Guidelines.
Appendix A is available as a separate spreadsheet to aid readership.
This discussion document is able to be accessed by OIX members only.