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The Cayman Islands has tightened reporting rules for company management license holders

The Cayman Islands has tightened reporting rules for company management license holders

The new reporting rules came into effect in early April. They set stricter reporting standards. The rules apply to both existing licensees and those who received a license after the rules were published in August 2023.

CIMA (Cayman Islands Monetary Authority) requires records to be kept legible and accessible, in accordance with the Data Protection Act. Documentation procedures should be reviewed annually.

The new requirements require: keeping records in the original format for 5 years after the date of the transaction or longer if they relate to fiduciary relationships with clients, ensuring the confidentiality of data and developing appropriate procedures for this. All paper or electronic documents must be available for inspection by CIMA.

In addition, documents may be stored outside Cayman as long as they are accessible for inspection.

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