Table of contents
- UBO Term
- Accessing UBO
- Approved UBO documents
Need help with UBO guidelines for a company registered in Italy? This page will show you how to find your company's UBO information and the documents you need.
In Italy, a UBO is an azionario1 or beneficiario effettivo2.
Approved UBO documents
If the KYC team is unable to access your UBO information from the registry, you may need to submit:
- Company: a Visura Ordinaria Società di Capitale5 which is a proof of registration (PoR) with the UBO declaration included.
- Self employed: you may be requested to submit a tax return document.
Visura Ordinaria Società di Capitale
- Authenticated document issued by the Camera di Commercio in an Italian city.
- Document title: your document indicates that it is a Visura Ordinaria Società di Capitale.
- Company identification details: company name, office address, tax details and registration date.
- Company activity: details of your main activity, including the status and start date.
- UBO information: a recent summary of the total share capital, the names of each UBO and type of control they hold.
Individual tax return document
- Authenticated document issued by the Agenzia delle Entrate6 within the most recent date tax period.
- Identification details: the full name and tax number of the person being taxed.
- Azionario refers to "Shareholder," denoting individuals or entities holding shares in a company.
- Beneficiario Effettivo translates to "Effective Beneficiary," signifying those with beneficial interests in a company.
- Registro delle Imprese serves as the Italian Business Register and can be translated to "Business Register".
- Camera di Commercio represents the Italian Chamber of Commerce.
- Visura Ordinaria Società di Capitale means "Ordinary Search for Joint-Stock Companies".
- Agenzia delle Entrate refers to the Italian Revenue Agency.