Mandatory law and regulations
The Czech Export Bank’s (CEB) activities are fully subject to current banking regulations, primarily, Act No. 21/1992 Coll. on banks, as amended, and to related measures adopted by the Czech National Bank, and also to the Public Support Act, No. 59/2000 Coll., as amended. CEB's specific mission, i.e. support of Czech exports, is governed by a special Act (Act No. 58/1995 Coll.) as amended. CEB must also observe international obligations of the Czech Republic. Therefore, state-supported financing is provided in accordance with the principles of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and with the rules enshrined in the "Arrangement on Guidelines for Officially Supported Export Credits" (the so-called OECD Consensus), including directives on the fight against corruption and assessing the environmental effects within the importing country of export projects implemented with the help of state-supported financing. CEB also provides active Anti-Money Laundering and Combating of Terrorism Financing Policy.
Act No. 61/1996 Coll.
Questionnaire on Anti–Money Laundering Measures and Prevention of Terrorist Financing
Rules of the Arrangement on officially supported export credits (OECD Consensus)
Regulation of combating bribery in international trade