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The Cayman Islands Intellectual Property Office (CIIPO) worked with United States Government enforcement agencies to stage regional intellectual property (IP) training in the Cayman Islands.
The Ministry of Financial Services presented annual reports for the Auditors Oversight Authority, Cayman Islands Stock Exchange Ltd and the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority to the Legislative Assembly, which started on Wednesday, 24 July.
Financial Services Minister Tara Rivers visited the US Capitol in Washington, DC last week, where she described the Cayman Islands' financial services industry and emphasised Cayman's leadership role in combatting money laundering ...
Government is presenting 11 bills, to further strengthen Cayman's anti-money laundering and counter financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) regime, to the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, 24 July.
Mr Inniss will be facilitating the session, alongside Ben Evans of Financial Transparency Advisors.
The Ministry of Financial Services apologises for any confusion caused.
These entities fall within the scope of the Non-Profit Organisations Law, 2017.
By Angela Piercy
Failure to comply may result in administrative penalties being applied, Mr Rajkumarsingh said.
Government plans to broaden Cayman's regulatory regime for securities and investments via The Securities Investment Business (Amendment) Bill, 2019, which became available for public consultation yesterday (Tuesday, 16 April).
A bill to clarify Cayman's trusts law, as well as a bill to facilitate the enhancement of the local banking system, has been tabled for the next sitting of the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, 3 April.
These pieces of legislation supplement the legal framework created by the Non-Profit Organisations Law, 2017.
As such, Cayman's legislation is based on the global standards, and we will continue to adhere to global standards with regard to economic substance requirements for relevant entities.
On Friday, 1 March 2019 The Companies Law, 2018, will take effect
Outside of the extension, the usual 8:30am-5pm office hours will be in effect on Mondays to Wednesdays and on Fridays.
In response to global developments in financial services, the Cayman Islands Government today published three bills that further strengthen our compliance with international standards.
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