The Cayman Islands is a leading international financial centre with a robust anti-money laundering regulatory structure. The Cayman Islands’ anti-money laundering legislation has been carefully crafted and diligently upgraded to ensure that the jurisdiction remains in compliance with the highest of international standards. Most importantly, the highly skilled professionals in the Cayman Islands, including lawyers, accountants, auditors and fund managers and administrators, cultivate a strong culture of compliance, taking very seriously the negative impact (both in terms of direct and reputational damage) that regulatory failures would bring to the jurisdiction.
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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This article was first published on Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence on 14 January 2021.