Cayman says no to public access on ownership

| 11/12/2014

(CNS Business): The Cayman government, along with other affected British territories, has refused to introduce a centralised beneficial ownership register with public access. Premier Alden McLaughlin said Monday that he and Financial Services Minister Wayne Panton, with the support of other territory leaders, stood firm last week in London when on the last day of the Joint Ministerial Council the UK attempted to make the overseas territories and crown dependencies agree to introduce such a register, which would eventually be made public. Read more on CNS Business

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