Most Read Contributor in Cayman Islands, September 2016
George Town, Grand Cayman – A list of
current trade and business licence holders is now available on the
Department of Commerce and Investment's (DCI) website.
The list, to be updated monthly, will assist individuals and
business owners to verify that the companies they plan to conduct
business with are operating legally. It itemises the name of the
company, the business category it falls under, and the licence
"Our office receives a number of calls from persons asking
about the status of TBL licences. Therefore, for easy access, we
felt that it would be useful to post a list of current licensees
online', said DCI Director Ryan Rajkumarsingh.
Making the information public will also assist DCI's
enforcement and compliance unit, as persons will be able to refer
to the list and notify DCI of entities that they believe are
Persons are encouraged to visit www.dci.gov.ky, click on the
trade and business licensing link on the left side of the homepage,
and select the reports option from the drop down menu.
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