OECD in Cayman to check on tax transparency reform

Pedro Gonçalves
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OECD's top tax officials visited the Cayman following the jurisdiction's implementation of new legislation regarding economic substance that ensures companies have enough economic activity on the Island and not just a mailbox. Pascal Saint-Amans, director and head of OECD's Harmful Tax Practices unit, and Melissa Dejong met with Cabinet, caucus members, regulators, and business and financial services representatives on Jan. 3 and 4. In a statement from the financial services ministry, the centre's director, Pascal Saint-Amans, said that he did not receive any complaints from governmen...

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