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Obtaining EDS for participation in exchange trades via the Personal Cabinet

  • one can obtain EDS via the Personal Cabinet without visiting BUCE head office;
  • EDS is issued within 3 (three) working days.

The service includes:

  • EDS-related advice and a complete check of submitted documents.
  • Identification of parties to a financial transaction in accordance with Art. 8 of the Law of the Republic of Belarus dated June 30, 2014 No. 165-З “On measures to prevent money laundering and financing of terrorist activities and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction”.
  • Generation of an electronic document (open key card).
  • Issuing an open key certificate and credentials for accessing BUCE trading system.

To obtain EDS, the following documents are to be submitted via the Personal Cabinet::

  • Residents of the Republic of Belarus:
  • Non-residents of the Republic of Belarus:
  • Copies of pages from the legal representative’s passport containing his/her ID details, address and (or) place of temporary residence;
  • BUCE-approved letter of attorney template for the legal representative (trader) (not required if the certificate is issued to the CEO).
  • Please, take notice that the certificate is issued for the duration of the letter of attorney but no more than 3 years;

  • Legal entities are to submit pages from the Articles of Incorporation containing a valid legal address (or a document confirming the change of the legal address) and information about the founders (shareholders , members); self-employed individuals have to provide a Cetificate of State Registration;
  • According to Art. 8 of the Law of the Republic of Belarus dated June 30, 2014 No. 165-З “On measures to prevent money laundering and financing of terrorist activities and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction” BUCE is authorized to request additional documents should they be required for proper identification of parties to a financial transaction.

Foreign residents are to submit the following documents via the Personal Cabinet of BUCE Certifying Center

1. Legalized copy of an entry from the Commercial Register, which is no older than 1 year. It is imperative that the copy of the entry from the Commercial Register of the applicant’s country of incorporation contains the following information:

  • registration number;
  • full and short name of the company (form of incorporation and official name of the legal entity);
  • legal address (address (physical location) of the legal entity);
  • executives (CEOs, owners, etc.), private persons authorized to act on behalf of the legal entity without the letter of attorney.

The translation must be provided for the entire document, including the corporate seal. The translator’s signature must be notarized in Belarusian or Russian.

Note

Rresidents of the Russian Federation, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Estonia, the Republic of Poland, the Republic of Lithuania, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Slovak Republic, the Republic of Uzbekistan, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, the Republic Singapore, People's Republic of China (with the exception of Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau Special Administrative Regions) are allowed to provide a copy of an extract from the commercial register of the applicant’s home country and/or a copy of another registration document that meets the following requirements:

- contains up-to-date information about the name, legal address, registration number, names, and powers of the applicant's officials (for residents of the Republic of Singapore, this document must be dated no later than 30 calendar days prior to the date of submission);

- is provided in English / Russian or contains a translation into Belarusian, Russian, or English certified by the translator's signature with appropriate identification data (job title, first name, surname). The entire document is subject to translation, including its details (stamps, seals).

2. Legalized letter of attorney for the legal representative (trader) drawn up in accordance with BUCE-approved template (not required if the certificate is issued to the CEO). Such templates are available in Russian,English, German, Polish, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, and Ukrainian.

All letters of attorney must be issued and certified by a notary officer. The notary officer verifies the legal capacity of the legal entity and the powers of the person who signs the letter of attorney. Translation must be provided for the entire document, including the corporate seal. The translator’s signature must be notarized in Belarusian or Russian.

3. Copies of pages from the legal representative’s passport containing his/her ID details

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