Cayman Islands AML country update

In the Cayman Islands AML Country Update, Partner Matthew Stocker and Associate Zeppi Barefoot provide an outline of the Cayman Islands Anti-Money Laundering regime.

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British Virgin Islands – Regulatory Update

On 11 February 2021, the British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission published the Financial Services (Prudential and Statistical Returns) (Amendment) Order 2021.

Filing an economic substance declaration in Bermuda

In 2018, Bermuda enacted legislation with respect to economic substance requirements for entities based in the jurisdiction. All other major offshore jurisdictions enacted similar legislation at the same time.

Cayman Islands securities & banking country update

Partner Matthew Stocker and counsel Alex Davies from our Cayman Islands office provide an update on securities and banking regulations in the jurisdiction for Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence.

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