Cayman Uses Real Cases of Criminality to Thwart Criminality

Cayman Uses Real Cases of Criminality to Thwart Criminality

Real-life criminal attempts – including from the Cayman Islands – involving real estate, drug trafficking, jewellery, non-profit organisations, corporate services, tax evasion, and trade – are being used to sharpen Cayman’s use of law enforcement and regulatory...
Crown Counsel Enhance Their Awareness of FATF Standards

Crown Counsel Enhance Their Awareness of FATF Standards

UK legal expert John Ringguth, who has extensive experience dealing with Financial Action Task Force (FATF) standards, addressed Crown Counsel in the Cayman Islands on their role in relation to anti-money laundering and counter financing of terrorism (AML/CFT). Held...
Single Family Offices Asked to Participate in AML Consultation

Single Family Offices Asked to Participate in AML Consultation

Single family offices in the Cayman Islands are asked to give input – either via their trust and corporate services providers (TCSPs), or directly through the Ministry of Financial Services – into the Ministry’s consultation on additional anti-money laundering...
Names of Company Directors Made Public

Names of Company Directors Made Public

From 1 October 2019 the names of the current directors of all Cayman Islands registered companies have been made available for public inspection. This move expands the list of information that is publicly accessible, which, hitherto, had been confined to company name,...
International Standards = Better Business

International Standards = Better Business

There is no one reason why the Cayman Islands continues to be an enduring success as an international financial centre. One could point to the quality of our professional service providers, sound regulation, political and economic stability and our tax neutral...