Stricter governance standards proposed in Cayman Islands

Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (Cima) hopes to expose the country's financial sector to greater scrutiny with new guidelines on corporate governance.

The central bank today (January 21) published a consultation paper that proposes the creation of a public database containing– at minimum – the name of every regulated entity in the Cayman Islands, along with the names of its directors and registered office.

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