Trust offices not only provide trust services but more and more they also provide other services which fall under the Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Act (Wwft). Many trust offices use the Wtt-procedures to onboard Wwft clients. But is that necessary? Is that doing too much? What are the differences between the requirements under the Wtt and the Wwft? And what are the recent developments in the AML landscape? Knowledge of and insight into the Wwft requirements are necessary to make a good risk assessment of your customers. There are many questions that may arise. When is there a high risk? Should transactions with certain high-risk countries be reported or not?