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In accordance with Recommendation 22 of the Financial Action (FATF), Activities and Designated Non-Financial Professions (DNFBPs), they also have to develop certain Actions to prevent and combat Money laundering and terrorist financing.


In Mexico, DNFBPs are known as Vulnerable Activities (VA) regulated by the Law Federal Agency for the Prevention and Identification of Operations with Resources of Illicit Origin (LFPIORPI) and can be defined as those which by their nature and characteristics are likely to be used by its customers or users to carry out acts or operations with resources of illicit origin

Those who carry out Vulnerable Activities have to inform to the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (IRS) on the operations that its clients or users carry out for an amount greater than that established in the Federal Law for the Prevention and Identification of Operations with Resources of Illicit Origin.



Betting games, contests and sweepstakes


Credit or service cards


Prepaid cards


Vouchers, coupons, e-wallets or certificates


Traveler's checks


Loans or credits, secured or unsecured


Services of construction, development, intermediation or commercialization of real estate


Marketing of precious stones and metals, jewellery and watches


Auction and commercialization of works of art


Distribution and marketing of all types of vehicles (land, sea, air)


Armor services (vehicles and real estate)


Transfer and custody of money or securities


Personal rights of use real estate


Receiving donations from non-profit organizations


Virtual Asset Trading


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