Risk Review
Diligence Documents

These requirements may change from time to time consistent with the applicable laws and regulations in force during the Engagement.  Failure to provide the information below may entitle LYNK to terminate the Agreement.

Preliminary Requirements of the Client, Portfolio Manager and any Third Paying Entity (In English) to present transaction in the Risk Review Meeting.

1 | CV’s of Directors and Principals  

2 | Factsheet

3 | Project expected cash flows (if client is a newly formed company)

4 | Transaction Diagram.

5 | Flow of funds (with all entities involved in the transaction)

6 | Audited financial statements of the most recent fiscal year.

7 | Memorandum and Articles of Incorporation 

8 | Private Placement Memorandum (if applicable)

9 | Subscription Agreement (if applicable)

10 | Company’s Proof of Address (recent within 60 days)

11 | Copy of Register of Directors

12 | Copy of Register of Shareholders/Members

Acceptable Documents

The following list includes the Acceptable Documents for IDs and Proof of Address.

Identity Identification Document
1 –
2 – Photo Driving License
3 – National Identity Card (where the card includes a photo)

Address Verification Documents
1 Utility bill (gas, phone, television, electric, etc) issued within the last 30 days.
2 Local authority council tax bill for the current council tax year.
3 – Current driving license (but only if not used for the identity verification)
4 – Bank building society or credit union statement dated within the last 60 days.
5 – National Identity Card (if the address is included on it and only if not used for the identification process)
6 – Gun license
7 – A lawyer’s attestation of residential address may be acceptable if the attestation confirms why evidence of address is not available and the basics on which the lawyers is aware of the individual’s residential address.

The list above shows the initial documents to be requested to complete the Risk Review phase. The Company may request further additional documents, where reasonably necessary and the Client agrees to provide these.

All documents shall be presented in English.