Cayman further amends money laundering rules

Pedro Gonçalves
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The Cayman Islands is once again set to amend its anti-money laundering (AML) to address the deficiencies identified by the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force. According to a government information sheet, the actions required by the CFATF report include that information on the directors of Cayman companies and limited liability companies should be publicly available. In addition, government should introduce provisions that will allow the General Registry to share information with other ...

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